Some players are unable to do without their favorite game and if the releases of the past few months especially on the console market have satisfied the palate of many players, there are others who still cannot curb the desire to play Pokémon GO. In fact, it seems that in spite of the anti-Covid regulations in force in the United Kingdom, a man got into his car and drove more than 14 miles on the highway just to make a few more catches. Once the police stopped the man, they scolded him by telling him that it is absolutely not the time to joke, as there is a pandemic underway and that the nation is not in a moment of stability.
Obviously the fine has come, and only 200 pounds allowed the man to return to his city. A police spokesperson also informed the media that this is not an isolated case linked to this Pokémon GO, and that similar situations are occurring in many regions of the United Kingdom. For example, in the Essex region various groups of people over the age of 30 have been arrested because they went around trying to catch as many Pokémon as possible, once again violating the current regulations.
Compliance with the rules therefore becomes fundamental in these cases, and Niantic knows very well that following the increase in these cases has even posted a message inside Pokémon Go to try to raise awareness among players of the mobile title dedicated to the pocket monsters of Pokémon Company.
The application of the Californian company even with the effects of Covid has managed to be one of the most downloaded and used of all 2020. With an excellent strategy from the company that has allowed all fans to be able to play even from the comfort of home, you can’t go out on the street to catch their favorite Pokémon! And you, are you still playing Niantic’s augmented reality title?
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