UNITED STATES.- One of the greatest successes in the field of videogames has undoubtedly been Pokemon go. Since its premiere in 2016, it has been consolidating itself as one of the most popular games and, derived from the health crisis caused by Covid-19, Niantic has been reinventing itself to continue catching gamers. Such is the case of Remote Raid Passes that worked as a preventive measure but will they continue after the pandemic?
This measure was highly applauded by both specialists and their own coaches as it offers the possibility of accessing raids from home. Also, it is important to note that all of these are available for free every Monday in April at Pokemon go And, if you need one, the cost is 100 Pokécoins, while for 250 you can access three of them.
In this sense, much has been speculated on this modality and although Niantic has not commented on the matter about the elimination of these incursion passes, it has been conjectured that this modality will persist when the coronavirus pandemic ends. This is based on a high rate of interaction between players and female players and the popularity that the video game in quarantine has reached.
The undeniable is that Pokemon go has known how to update itself during this health crisis and it would not be unreasonable for Remote Raids to continue, perhaps now you can only access passes through Pokécoins, which is a reasonable price, which would undoubtedly be a great deal for Niantic. Thus, everything is shrouded in pure mystery and we will see what happens at the end of April.
For now, it is important to remember that July 6 marks the first five years of the video game and coincides with the 25th Anniversary of the franchise. Therefore, it is expected that Niantic and Pokémon will throw the house out the window and the trainers will have many surprises, so in the Intra News We recommend saving some remote raid passes for the possible must-see events that this party will bring.