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Pokemon Go players are outraged by the return of Hoopa Unbound to the Elite Raids.


According to a new announcement released by Pokemon Go, Hoopa Unbound will once again be able to compete in Elite Raid battles. On the other hand, many are not expressing their excitement but rather their frustration about how difficult and inaccessible the Raids are.

When players of Pokemon Go opened their games following the November Teddiursa Community Day, they found that the maps were once again swamped with 24-Hour Elite Raid Eggs that are positioned above Gyms. These Eggs are only available for a limited time. Players from all over the world are unhappy about the Raids due to the fact that the issues that developed during the previous Elite Raids were never satisfactorily rectified, and the Raids itself will feature the second round of Hoopa Unbound encounters. Players are angry about both of these factors.

In order to advance through the Elite Raids in Pokemon Go, players will need to prevail over a number of different difficulties. The first thing you need to do is sit tight for another twenty-four hours in order for the egg to hatch. Gyms will no longer be able to host further Raid battles as a result of this change, and they will also no longer be able to be challenged in their capacity as Raid sites. Raids can only be accomplished in person with a sizable number of other players and are only open for a maximum of half an hour at a time.

Many users of Pokemon Go have expressed their displeasure to Niantic over the fact that the previous round of Elite Raids, which took place in October 2022, were extremely difficult to both access and finish. These players feel that Niantic should have made it easier for players to access and finish these raids. Because Elite Eggs began to spawn shortly after the event and took control of sites that were scheduled to generate Lampent Raids instead, the Elite Raids also had a significant impact on the October Litwick Community Day.