Keep increased PokeStop and Gym interaction distance
Niantic is reverting increased PokeStop and Gym interaction distance. They had previously said this change would be permanent, but have went back on their word. Let them know that increased interaction distance was one of the best changes they have ever made, making the game safer to play and more accessible for all.
Save Remote Raiding in Pokémon GO!
日本語（Japanese） Spanish (Español) Pokémon GO released news about the upcoming changes to their remote raid feature that will take effect on April 6, 2023, at 11:00 AM PDT GMT-07. Niantic Inc. and the developers of Pokémon GO have decided to drastically increase the price of remote raid passes and limit the number of remote raids that can be joined each day. This impacts the majority of Pokémon GO players who have enjoyed this aspect of the game since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic when we were all forced to be indoors and could no longer play this game how it was intended. As 3 years have passed since these changes were implemented, the remote raid aspect of this game has grown immensely. Unfortunately, with this decision, Niantic has failed to consider how these changes will impact the community. They have not considered rural players or players who do not have a local community of people to raid with. They have not considered what this price increase and limitation means for trainers who do not have the privilege of being able to leave their house to play a game. This includes disabled and differently-abled people, parents, immunocompromised individuals, and many more. This community has come together in the past to speak out against anti-accessibility issues, and we hope that with this petition, we can show Niantic that they need to revert these changes if they care about their community more than profit.ChangelogsPricing adjustments:The price of the Remote Raid Pass three-pack will increase to 525 PokéCoins.The price of single Remote Raid Passes will increase to 195 PokéCoins.A Premium Battle Pass three-pack will be added to the shop for the price of 250 PokéCoins.Remote Raid participation limits:Trainers will be able to participate in a maximum of five Remote Raids per day. This maximum may change and increase for special events.Remote Raid Passes:Remote Raid Passes will be included in the pool of potential rewards for Research Breakthroughs.Remote Raid Passes earned via Research Breakthroughs will still be subject to the existing inventory limit of three Remote Raid Passes per Trainer.If a Trainer earns a Remote Raid Pass from a Research Breakthrough while at the three Remote Raid Pass limit, they will receive a Premium Battle Pass instead.Purchases of Remote Raid Pass 3-Packs will still allow you to hold up to 5 Remote Raid Passes if you purchase it with 2 Remote Passes already in your inventory.Official Post: https://pokemongolive.com/post/remote-raid-passes-update-2023/
Pokemon Go, Intel Processor
Pokemon Go compatible with Intel processors!!!We are asking to developers of the game, a version of the game compatible with smartphones that use Intel processors ( Asus Zenfone 2, Galaxy tab etc)
Keep the gym/stop radius at it current distance in Pokémon Go
Since the start of the pandemic Pokemon Go has implemented some changes to help with social distancing, with one of the biggest being expanding the Gym/Stop radius. Starting July Niantic plans to revert this back to its original distance which has no positive impact on the game. It will make areas more difficult to get to and encourages groups to gather. Even though there has been great progress in vaccinations there is no reason not to keep encouraging safe distance practices. This decision only makes the game worse for all players. Please sign this petition to let Niantic and Pokemon Go that they should leave the Gym/Stop distance as is and furthermore make it permanent
Extend the raid hours in Pokemon Go
The raids in Pokemon Go stop at 7pm. This prevents those of us with families and day jobs from participating in these events. This petition is to have the raids extended until at least 10 pm so that we have a chance in raiding as well.
Make 2x Pokéstop & Gym Interaction Distance Permanent in Pokémon GO
Dear Niantic, Community & Creators alike wish to voice our concern & disappointment over recent changes to the Pokéstop interaction radius reduction in Pokémon GO. While the Pokéstop/POI interaction radius was increased due to an unprecedented global pandemic, the flow on effects of this in-game change have had a far greater positive impact on the community. The increased Pokéstop interaction radius created the following benefits for Trainers worldwide: Safety Not needing to cross dangerous roads to reach or interact with a point of interest. Not ‘needing’ to trespass on private property to reach or interact with a point of interest. Provided the ability to play and interact from a sheltered shared location e.g. under trees, awnings or shelters to avoid hazardous weather conditions. Playing from safe locations and not entering areas that would be detrimental to personal safety. This includes preventing a risk to safety via interpersonal crimes, theft, environmental hazards, dangerous locations etc. General personal safety for social distancing during the ongoing global pandemic. Accessibility Many disabled Trainers could now interact with locations that previously excluded them from the Pokémon GO community. This includes interacting with Gyms and Pokéstops that would otherwise be inaccessible due to stairs, steep inclines or other physical barriers. All while being very generously within visual range of the point of interest. Trainers with autism and sensory conditions could engage with the community from a more accomodating distance. Allowing them to play with the community but not be overwhelmed by large crowds or triggering locations. Trainers with young children or in a position of care could more safely interact with points of interest while maintaining a safe environment for those in their care. Respect Greater courtesy and respect to non-Trainers in the community by way of not crowding or blocking entry to businesses, private property, playgrounds, emergency services, places of worship or memorials. With how diverse and unique members of the Pokémon GO community are, this is likely only a small handful of examples of the way in which the increased interaction radius helped us enjoy the game to a greater extent. As mentioned in the November 19th 2020 blog update for Pokémon GO, Trainers were given the impression this increased Pokéstop interaction radius would be made permanent: “Some of these changes will remain implemented for the foreseeable future, such as the ability to raid remotely, changes to the GO Battle League, and the increased distance at which you can spin Photo Discs at Gyms and PokéStops”. The removal of this feature will and is impacting the community in countless negative ways. One of the three pillars of Niantic's core philosophy, as communicated by founder and CEO John Hanke, is exploration. Mr Hanke, exploration and the desire to explore was never negatively impacted by the increased Pokéstop interaction radius. The thing negatively impacting exploration is the global pandemic. Response Required By: We request the increased interaction radius remains a permanent quality of life change in Pokémon GO. We understand changes like this take time to discuss internally, and therefore look forward to your reply by COB Monday 9th August 2021. Yours respectfully, The Pokémon GO Community
Take action to save Pokémon GO Remote Raids now
Dear Niantic, As players of your game, we are concerned about the recent changes to remote raids, specifically the limitations and price increase of remote raid passes. While remote raids have been a valuable addition to the game, limiting the number of remote raids and increasing the price of passes will negatively impact the game's community. Reducing the number of remote raids players can participate in will make it harder to defeat powerful raid bosses and could lead to a decline in player participation. Additionally, raising the price of passes will create an unfair advantage for those who can afford them and may exclude players who cannot. We urge you to reconsider these changes and maintain accessibility to remote raids for all players. By doing so, we can maintain a healthy and thriving game community. Sincerely, All Trainers
Make level 1 thru 3 raids free in POGO
The recent addition of raids into Pokemon Go has stimulated player interest to participate more in the mobile game. However, since trainers only receive one free raid pass per day, trainers are very selective on which raids they will buy premium passes for. There are several factors of the raid function this petition will address 1. Make level 1 through 3 raids free. Trainers simply don't want to burn their one free pass on low tier raids, let alone purchase a premium pass for them. Making them free would increase trainer interest in participating in these raids. 2. Allow more free passes or allow premium passes to have more than one use. At $1 per premium pass, a trainer could easily find themselves spending $20+ weekly on raid passes. A lot of trainers simply don't raid because of the hefty price tag. The solution for this would be to allow more free passes to be given out on a daily basis and let them accumulate in a trainer's item bag. Or allow premium passes to have more than one use, similar to how egg incubators work. Allow trainers to collect 100 pokecoins per day from defending gyms to be able to reasonably afford more passes.
Hawlucha regional exclusivo para México en Pokémon Go
En Pokémon Go hay unos cuantos Pokémon que son exclusivos de cada continente o región del mundo real, a estos Pokémon se los conoce con el nombre de Pokémon exclusivos o regionales de los cuales principalmente para conseguir a estos Pokémon tendremos que viajar al continente o país en cuestión en el que se encuentran y localizarlos, o podemos esperar a que Niantic (los desarrolladores de la aplicación) den la posibilidad de capturarlos sin viajar gracias a las rotaciones que en algunos aislados casos se han dado por algún evento temporal Hawlucha está basado en un halcón y un luchador de lucha libre mexicana. Su plumaje hace referencia a la bandera de México y le dan la apariencia de que posee una máscara y una capa de colores llamativos, vestimenta tradicional de los luchadores.