Pokémon GO – Players Are Getting Stuck on Zygarde Special Research
Hey there, friend! Are you also hitting some rough patches with the Zygarde Special Research tasks in Pokémon GO? You know, those pesky tasks tied up with the massive Routes update? It looks like some of us are finding it a bit tricky to navigate this feature and all the awesome goodies it’s supposed to offer.
Unpacking the Routes Update
Okay, let me fill you in: The Routes update dropped on July 20, and it handed players the nifty ability to carve their own trails and reap rewards and new Pokémon along the way. Pretty cool, right? And then, bam! The next day, the legendary Pokémon Zygarde swoops in, kicking off an event called “Blaze New Trails”, and suddenly rare Pokémon are popping up like crazy. Thrilling times!
But here’s the snag: Some players can’t even peek at Routes in their location. Take player 8xviktor, for example, they’re grounded since Routes are a no-show in their region. And they’ve got company. A whole heap of other players on Reddit shares the same gripe. And those who can access Routes? They’re wrestling with app crashes, freezing screens, and wonky GPS. Not cool.
Why Zygarde Cells Matter
Let me break it down for you: Zygarde Cells are crucial for the Zygarde Special Research. They’re the magic dust that allows Zygarde to switch forms and pull off some amazing stuff. But without access to Routes, finding these Cells is like searching for a needle in a haystack, and your progress hits a roadblock.
Niantic in the Hot Seat
The Pokémon GO community is pretty ticked off with Niantic, the folks who make the game, over the way they handled the “Blaze New Trails” event. The slow introduction of Routes coupled with all those bugs and crashes has left a sour taste. And, no sugarcoating it, Niantic is hardly the flavor of the month right now. They’ve tripped over a few bumps recently.
But here’s the silver lining: Niantic is promising to roll out Routes for everyone soon. Fingers crossed they’ll also iron out all the bugs and kinks that have been causing us all this grief. If they pull it off, Routes could become a super fun and rewarding part of the game, letting us show off our Pokémon with pride.
So, let’s stay hopeful that Niantic sorts itself out and delivers the Pokémon GO experience we all signed up for.
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