Niantic, Inc. will assemble an interdisciplinary group to address player complaints to the changes.
Little by little it seems that different countries and territories of the world are abandoning the social protection restrictions against the expansion of Covid-19, which is why since Niantic, Inc. announced a few days ago the return to the original distances of Pokemon go in the United States and New Zealand. Such decision did not like part of the community, but those responsible have wanted to defend it in a letter.
In its statement, the company claims to want to restore key elements of the augmented reality and geolocation video game from before the pandemic, thus seeking to encourage the player to explore their environment, exercise and play with friends safely. “We take the health and well-being of players seriously, so we have only implemented these changes in places where it is considered safe to be outdoors. Experts have shown that walking outdoors is safe and beneficial for health “, justify from Niantic, Inc.
However, the study applaud the comments of the public and claims to work to address your concerns. “We are assembling an internal interdisciplinary team to develop proposals designed to preserve our mission of inspiring people to explore the world together, while addressing specific concerns that have been raised regarding interaction distance,” they add, giving the September 1 as the key date to know the findings of this group.
Finally Niantic, Inc. is open to reversing these changes if the health situation worsens in the United States and New Zealand. In fact, the North American country is experiencing a significant rebound in Covid-19 cases due to the famous Delta variant.
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