New revelations continue to emerge on social media about the new changes and events that will be coming to "Pokémon Go" in the coming days. While it is true that a new "Pokémon GO" event is taking place in Europe, the vast majority of players and trainers living elsewhere are complaining about the way Niantic handles the distribution of Events. It is worth noting that a significant group of "Pokémon Go" players and trainers in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom, are complaining because of the lack of Pokéstops in rural areas, as well as significant items to get the most powerful creatures.

Niantic has apparently begun to take these complaints into account. According to new information revealed by Niantic´s developers, the company is making new improvements to the app, adding more PokéStops and items.

Here is everything we know right now concerning the new changes coming to the “Pokémon GO” app.

Players are hopping Niantic brings back old-school Pokémon Go events

Bringing back old-school “Pokémon Go” events would be great; however, this is something that could take time, because of the bugs associated with raids. The incursions have become one of the most significant features recently added by Niantic to the “Pokémon Go” app. Before the arrival of this feature, there was egg hatching.

Now, though, bonuses are not as frequent as they were before.

Additional information:

Niantic's developers have announced that one of the major issues facing incursions has been solved. Lately, the players had reported a significant bug with the app. According to them, the raid's counter was not showing the time that the incursion would remain active.

It is a bug that indeed truncated the plans of the trainers to get their favorite creatures. Through this latest update, the developer has solved this problem and improved the gaming experience. With the improvements introduced, the signal appears placed above the marker, so that it does not interfere when observing the countdown.

Coinciding with these new adjustments, Niantic has decided to introduce a new garment available for free to everyone. As presented on its website, it is a t-shirt of ''Global Goals,'' campaign launched by the UN. This campaign focuses on the eradication of poverty and the fight against climate change, among other things. As announced recently, Niantic plans to actively collaborate with this initiative, adding 17 new PokéStops, one for each campaign objective.

This is all the information known so far. Keep enjoying the game, and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

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