Niantic details upcoming improvements for Pikmin Bloom
Feeling plucky about these changes
Niantic says they’ve received a lot of negative feedback about the performance of Pikmin Bloom since the v67 update on April 10th, and they sincerely apologize for the time it is taking for them to improve the situation. That said, Niantic are currently working on improving the issues as the prioritized task.
While there’s no date for this update, we do have a sneak peek at what the next round of fixes will include:
- Due to crashes caused by insufficient memory, Niantic are reducing the amount of memory required to play the app.
- Niantic have identified areas of high load on devices and are working to improve it.
- Improving the app loading process to reduce the time required to launch the app.
- The app has been freezing with strange screens or messages in the expedition screen, garden screen, shop, planter pack display, etc. This issue will be reduced by improving memory and CPU performance as mentioned above.
When this patch goes live, we’ll be sure to let you know.