Pokémon Go players are experiencing several login issues and Niantic has warned that if players use WiFi to access the game, they should be patient while they fix this error.
Pokémon Go players have been experiencing serious connectivity issues and Niantic’s official X (formerly Twitter) account announced that they are investigating the cause of the problem. The company, often at odds with its players, has expressed that coaches should use the Help Center to temporarily fix this issue.
Players experiencing various connectivity issues have gathered on the official post to ask for a permanent fix to these recurring issues. Some of them are experiencing similar issues but on different services provided by Niantic, such as Monster Hunter Now and Pokemon Go+ Plus.
It would seem that the problem not only affects Pokémon Go, but also other services provided by the developer. One of the players who commented on the Twitter post said: “Maybe we will now investigate the SAME PROBLEM with Monster Hunter. At one point I deleted it and redownloaded it only to see that the wifi was the problem.”
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Meanwhile, another issue has arisen, not directly related to Niantic, but still affecting Pokémon Go players. This is because the most recent update for Android 13 (0.289.0) has paralyzed compatibility between Pokémon Go and automatic receivers such as Go+ and Go+ Plus.
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Players seem to be experiencing the Pokémon Go+ compatibility issue and are criticizing Niantic for it: “Can you also “research” what makes my go plus basically unusable??” And another wrote: “Nothing works.”
These issues appear persistent for the moment and the company has not revealed when they will be resolved. We will keep you informed if Niantic announces that the issue is fixed.
In the meantime, if you’re thinking about braving some raids this weekend, here’s a Mega Garchomp Raid guide. And here’s how to beat Virizion in Pokémon Go.