With the massive crash that occurred when Regidrago’s Elite Raid event launched across numerous locations, Pokemon Go gamers have expressed their frustration. Players of Pokemon Go have explained why the most recent Regidrago Elite Raids have been a pretty unpleasant experience.
Players complained on social media throughout the event about their major difficulties while attempting to take part in raids. To make matters worse, the mobile game crashed just before the event’s 11:00 AM start time, leaving many fans angry.
Crashes signal the beginning of the Pokemon Go Regidrago Elite Raid
Pokemon Go players rushed to social media posts that revealed evidence of the app crashing just before the beginning of the Elite Raid event and posted similar experiences. “Game crashed and won’t open right at 11,” reads a post on the Pokemon Go subreddit. Received nearly 250 comments, many of which mentioned having encountered the same problem, and more than 1,200 upvotes.
It’s interesting to note that each person’s crash experience varied; as one player said, “I can go into the game and click on Pokémon, but it crashes when I attempt to join a raid.”
Others said that when the event started, they saw a “Down for maintenance” message. This was most likely because Niantic continued adding essential information to the Regidrago event long after the Elite Raids started, as the PokeMiners Twitter account reported.
Since the event was time-based, many trainers’ schedules were completely thrown off, and some weren’t even able to finish the raids. One supporter wrote, “This is what I get for actually driving to a gym with the kids for this.
With just a few seconds left, they entered and beat him with three other persons, according to an updated post. I got him lying on the floor when the error screen said, “Pokémon can’t be found.” Finally, they were forced to speak off the raid.
Trainers commented that they also had to abandon the event or spend resources after seeing fans on TheSilphRoad subreddit relate a similar experience. “I stayed outdoors in the bitter sideways rain for 30 minutes only to have the game crash frequently. I should put this game down and use that time for something more worthwhile, like watching the paint dry.
The Pokemon Go Gamers community is justifiably angry with Niantic because of the developer’s recent commitment to in-person experiences combined with this terrible Regidrago event only available to persons.
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