Server issues played Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago so much that Niantic ended up issuing refunds and $100 Pokecoins as an apology. But this still leaves on big question. Are Legendaries going to be released today or tomorrow, or is that all over too? And if not, when will players get a chance to battle and catch them in the future? It appears that yes, plan are still going forward for
‘Pokemon Go’ Fest: Will Legendaries Still Be Released?
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Fans are angry about the Pokemon Go Fest and they aren’t hiding their feelings. While one Niantic host took the stage to talk to fans about the current challenge window, an angry fan threw a water bottle at her. She was being really encouraging and upbeat, reminding players about what they needed to catch, when someone threw a bottle at her. The bottle fell low and barely missed hitting her,
In a moment that was just so ironic it almost hurt, Niantic tried to show a raid battle live on its Twitch live stream feed. But something went very wrong. While battling Kingler, the game just crashed and then restarted. Whoever was running the game must not have been too happy about that, because they quickly switched back to the static screen that players have been complaining about all day.
Twitter/SareeseFeet “Live from Niantic headquarters,” one tweets says. For many, the Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago has been pretty much a big disappointment so far. With server and connectivity issues plaguing the festival, many trainers chanted “FIX THE GAME!” while waiting in the park. When Niantic CEO John Hanke came on stage, he was booed. He tried to assure players that they’re working on the issues, but the problems seemed far too symbolic
Trainers who are attending the Pokemon Go Fest are reporting that Niantic is issuing refunds and people are starting to leave. We’re still determining if this is authentic, but according to players who are the fest, it’s happening. UPDATE: Now we know it is authentic. A Niantic representative came out on stage an announced the refunds: Niantic is giving out refunds and $100 of Pokecoins due to the server issues for people
Niantic announced a full refund for Pokemon Go players as apology for the big server issues that have been plaguing the highly anticipated Festival since it began earlier today. But does this mean the Festival is now canceled? Niantic is issuing refunds for Pokemon Go Fest ticket holders, but it doesn’t look like the entire festival is canceled, at least according to current news from trainers who are on the
One week before he’s due to appear in Overwatch, Doomfist is on patrol at San Diego Comic-Con, courtesy of cosplayer Caviar Bleu and propmasters Henchmen Studios. It’s a good thing that Caviar Bleu, of Toronto, is in such good shape, and not just to complete Doomfist’s ultrabuff look. Hauling around that enormous, uh, fist has gotta be draining, no matter what it’s made of. If you’re at the con and
After Pokémon Go Fest kicked off this morning in Chicago’s Grant Park, it wasn’t long before players experienced their worst fear: widespread server issues that prevented them from logging in. Cell reception is already spotty on the scene here in Chicago — I’ve been fighting it since I arrived — but a potential overload on the game’s networks have made it impossible for many players to log in at all.
Niantic Pokemon Go Fest Chicago is currently underway. Pokemon Go Fest is off to a disastrous start in Chicago today, and the event’s paying customers are not happy. From the beginning of the event this morning, server issues were pretty widespread in Grant Park, and three hours later, they have not been fixed. Right from the opening ceremony, players took out their frustration on Niantic by chanting “Fix the game!”