Niantic has decided to cancel the Pokemon Go Timed Research event scheduled to take place before the April 9 introduction of Regieleki into Elite Raids. The most recent season of Pokemon Go Rising Heroes, has provided trainers with a number of exciting events to participate in, such as the Spring into Spring event.
The introduction of Regieleki is scheduled to take place on April 9, 2023, in a series of Elite Raid fights. Prior to this day, trainers were expected to receive a limited Timed Research that allowed them to obtain sweets for their Regirock, Regice, and Registeel Pokémon. On the other hand, Niantic has stated that they will not be offering the Timed Research during the event since they are working to “improve” the distribution system.
In preparation for the launch, Niantic has removed Regieleki Timed Research
Niantic Support shared the information with the community via a tweet on April 6, 2023; it has been seen more than 100,000 times since then.
“Trainers, we would like to inform you that we will be removing the Timed Research for the upcoming Regieleki Elite Raid while we work to improve its intended distribution method,” they added. “This announcement comes as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance the way in which the Timed Research is meant to be distributed.”
This Timed Research will be made available at a later date, the specifics of which will be disclosed in the very near future.
Players aren’t exactly happy with the ongoing problems with Elite Raids and the recent Nerf to the Remote Raid pass, despite the fact that the business has made it clear that trainers will be able to access the Timed Research at some point in the future.
“Raids are going to be buggy again, but it doesn’t matter because there won’t be enough people around most of the world as a result of the boycott of your video game. Take action and undo the adjustments that were previously scheduled for small raids. One person suggested that a virtual community should be given the same recognition as a physical one when it comes to its significance.
Another person offered their opinion, saying, “Just rescheduling the entire event so that it does not take place on Easter would be the best.” When Pokemon Go introduced Regidrago Elite Raids in March 2023, the event was beset with problems from the beginning, which resulted in widespread criticism of the game.