Here's a little remedy for "Pokemon GO" players who have been affected by the login issues that has been recently plaguing the game. The ongoing "Solstice Event" has been extended for another 24 hours and will end today after Niantic decided to give players more time to capture Fire And Ice type of Pokemon.

It's not quite the fix that most fans might believe is appropriate, but it's a benefit for game players who are still on the lookout for those precious fire and ice types of Pokemon that aren't that easy to find. The "Solstice Event" was launched last Tuesday, June 13, and was set to conclude yesterday, June 20.

However, Niantic has gone on to extend the event for another day, so it's now ending today after login issues were reported by various players.

'Solstice Event' ending this afternoon

According to VG247, the "Pokemon GO" event will come to a close this afternoon or evening for those in western countries. "Solstice Event" participants should note that it will end at 1 p.m. PDT in the West Coast, and 4 p.m. ETD in the East Coast. Players in the UK will see the end of the event at 9 p.m. BST, while those in Europe can play until 10 p.m. CEST.

From now until the times stated above, players will be able to catch fire and ice type of Pokemon, including Chamander, Charmeleon, and Charizard, Vulpix and Ninetales, Growlithe and Arcanine, Ponyta and Rapidash, Flareon, Cyndaquil, Quilava, and Typhlosion, Houndour, and Slugma, Magcargo for fire types.

For ice types, players will come across Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Cloyster, Jynx, Lapras, Sneasel, Swinub, and Piloswine. Note that during the event, the spawn rate for these types of Pokemon is increased.

Added bonuses during the 'Solstice Event'

"Pokemon GO" players can also enjoy additional bonuses during the last 24 hours of the "Solstice Event." This includes bigger bonuses for throwing Pokemon balls as curveballs, as well as increased EXP.

For those who are looking to purchase lucky eggs, know that they are mostly on 50% discount up until the end of the "Solstice Event."

Login issues being addressed by Niantic

According to Polygon, there were several login issues experienced by "Pokemon GO" players in the last week. The issues began on June 18, when some Trainers who were using the Pokemon Trainer Club could not access the app on Android.

Niantic staffer took to Reddit to share that they are already working on addressing such issues in time for the highly anticipated "Pokemon GO Fest" this July, in celebration of the game's first anniversary.