Pokémon GO Remote Raid Pass changes

Remote Raid Passes in Pokémon GO will see significant changes in terms of prices and content over the coming week, as announced on the official Pokémon GO Twitter account yesterday.

Remote Raid Passes were a feature of Pokémon GO originally implemented to allow Trainers who may have initially been disadvantaged by the pandemic to participate in Raids taking place outside of their isolation zones. These passes give players the opportunity to participate in raids that are not in their immediate vicinity.

Below are the necessary details to understand this upcoming remote raid pass change that will be coming next week.

Remote Raid Pass prices will be increased; Triple packs cost 525 PokéCoins, single passes cost 195 PokéCoins. The Premium Battle Pass 3-Pack is available for 250 PokéCoins.

Players are only allowed to participate in five Remote Raids, with the possibility that this limit may change during certain events. To discourage remote raids, players who participate in five-star raids in person will receive more XL Candy as an incentive.

General Remote Raid Pass changes include the following:

The above changes will be released on the live servers on April 6th.

“We believe this is a necessary step toward our goal of maintaining and enhancing the unique experience of playing Pokémon GO,” the Pokémon GO team said in a blog post.

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