Not too long ago, Pokemon GO had some problems. Okay, it had a lot of problems. The servers crashed constantly. Bugs were left to linger. Broken features taunted us. It was all a bit of a mess. The biggest issue we saw, though, was that updates were few and far between. Niantic kept publishing the app in more and more countries, but we were all still dealing with the initial problems. But things have been different since then.
Over the past little bit, we’ve seen a decent number of updates. Given, a lot of these are text fixes and such, but that’s the good news. General app maintenance has been happening at regular intervals. Aside from that, though, we’ve even seen new features arrive (or return). The buddy system is out. The feature showing the capture location of Pokemon is back. But what does it all mean?
To be honest, it means that things are looking up. Yeah, the explosive popularity of Pokemon GO has fallen to realistic and sustainable levels (which is actually a good thing). But the game is going stronger than ever now. It’s stable, new features are on the rise, and it’s getting regular updates. It’s a turning point in the journey of Pokemon GO.