After the Pokémon Sword and Shield and Pokémon HOME, Niantic has also clarified its own efforts to combat warmongering. This applies to all of Niantic’s games, not just Pokémon Go, but also Ingress and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. It’s unclear if Pokémon Go will have similar features, but given The Pokémon Company’s recent efforts, we won’t blame them. In an official blog post, Niantic talked about its successes by mentioning Pokémon Go. Niantic also revealed that 90% of cheaters have stopped cheating after the initial warning, and said that they are still trying to “find the right balance” depending on the severity of the incident. Recently, more and more efforts have been made to stop Pokémon Go cheaters. Niantic is doing a lot to weed out Pokémon Go cheaters. We don’t talk much about our efforts to stop cheaters, in part because we don’t want to give cheaters information that might help them better understand our detection mechanisms. Niantic continues to talk about its efforts to improve detection methods and discuss new Ingress features to combat this phenomenon. Niantic confirmed that it has “sanctioned” 5 million hacks since 2020, and revealed that 20% of those sanctions resulted in permanent bans. But if they keep hacking at a distance, it will ruin the whole idea of Pokémon GO. Things have only gotten worse for Pokémon Go with long-range attacks. Nevertheless, we are committed to ensuring that all of our players promote fair play, maintain the integrity of our games, and increase transparency with our players. But if distance attacks are not consistent, many people will start playing fake games. In any case, if you want to cheat, you need to legally hide your location, using modified apps is not the answer. Funny, I thought you could only play with one account, apparently they don’t have a problem with breaking that rule, I wonder why.