Pokemon Go is very different from what it initially was three years ago; it was a very messy but massively popular launch despite its issues. Niantic started listening to player feedback and incorporating features that they wanted and updating the game with quality of life issues. Now a feature is coming to Harry Potter Wizards Unite that Pokefans have been asking for for years.
Pokemon Go raids give gamers a chance to collaborate to take down powerful bosses for an opportunity to add the best pokemon to their collection. However, a lot of time is wasted waiting for the countdown to begin even if you have a full group attending, this is why players have been asking for a ‘Ready’ button for a while now.
Oddly enough in the latest patch for Wizards unite, this feature has been implemented, to the raid like similar events called Wizards Unite Fortress Encounters. This means that players no longer have to wait for the two-minute timer to end, all players have a skip button, for when all the group presses it the event will start.
“A new chamber experience has been added! When you join a room with other players, you can now tap “Ready” to let your teammates know that you’re ready to join the fight! Likewise, you can now see when other players are ready to start the challenge. As a single player, you can now skip the start timer by tapping “Start” and being sent straight to the board!” taken from the patch notes.
This improvement is in the 2.5.0 update for Wizards Unite, and no doubt Pokemon Go players will be mighty jealous, but it makes sense, as Pokemon Go is more popular, so testing the feature out in Wizard Unite to get perfected before it comes to Pokemon Go.
The Wizards Unite ready feature has been requested for years now, but no doubt it’s on the to-do list of Niantic for Pokemon Go.
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