Pokmon Go Kanto Tour ticket holder bonuses stay, briefly obtainable to all • Eurogamer.web

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Meant to make up for the occasion being obtainable to all as effectively.

Final night time, Pokémon Go’s Kanto Tour bonuses – designed to make up for the actual fact the sport’s ticketed occasion was obtainable to individuals who hadn’t paid – had been launched and unintentionally additionally made obtainable to individuals who hadn’t paid.

This newest error was fastened inside a few hours – the analysis questline and field of free distant raid passes disappearing for some time within the interim – however not earlier than some gamers accessing it totally free in Australia and New Zealand had claimed the bonuses already.

Writing on high fan reddit TheSilphRoad, some followers expressed exasperation at this newest slip-up – whereas others merely discovered it hilarious.

Pokémon Go gamers in Australia and New Zealand are reliably the primary to come across event-specific errors and bugs as they’re the primary timezones all over the world the place in-game modifications turn out to be seen. It is solely after native gamers report these points that they’re fastened in time for every occasion’s later rollout by means of Europe after which America.

These international locations have turn out to be unofficial take a look at topics for the sport – and it is due to this there is a feeling amongst followers that, whether or not they paid or not, these newest bonus objects had been most likely deserved.

Pokémon Go developer Niantic has not publicly acknowledged its slip-up, and a bonus bonus occasion to make up for the bonus occasion appears unlikely.

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