01/20/2023 at 3:00 p.m. by Susanne Braun – The makers of Pokémon Go are announcing maintenance work for the Pokémon Trainers Club, and as a result logins through the system will be possible on January 24, 2023 between 6:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Hour, d’oh) not be available. As has become usual, this announcement spawns a number of complaints from Pokémon Go trainers regarding PTC and other in-game issues. Will the Niantics ever listen?
The important information at the beginning: If you dial into Pokémon Go via the Pokémon Trainers Club, then this will not be possible with Zapplardin for the upcoming spotlight hour on January 24, 2023. Because the Pokémon Trainers Club will be undergoing maintenance work between 6:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. our time and logging in will not be possible then. What a letdown. That’s how the Pokémon Go trainers see it too, who log into the game via the PTC system. “Too bad it’s on a Tuesday, in the middle of the limelight hour, well,” comments a player on the post from the Niantic support account. Another asks if it wouldn’t make sense to post such an announcement ingame, and not just through the twitter account.
In any case, the comments of the players are increasing that the login via Pokémon Trainers Club has been buggy for weeks anyway, so the announced downtime of the login is not news either.
Complaints spawn, Niantic will eventually respond?
As has been customary for months, many trainers who want to get rid of their dissatisfaction with further problems with Pokémon Go have responded to the support post – true to the motto “Constant dripping wears away the stone.” However, it can now be assumed that Niantic is not symbolically a stone, but a Teflon wall to which most of the player complaints do not stick and leave no impression.
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For months, players have been asking the makers of Pokémon Go to let Community Days run for six hours again, asking where Mimikima is in the game, why it’s not possible to defend arenas with Legendaries, why there aren’t any new features (apart from, of course of little interesting things like XXS and XXL Pokémon) and why bugs that have been in the game for what feels like years are not being fixed, such as the broken function of notifying you about device vibration from Pokémon spawns. Regarding this, the silence of the developers has remained adamant for just as long.