I was, because I live in a rural neighborhood, probably. But just in the last couple of days, it’s improved immensely, at least when it comes to Rares. The reason, I think (partly, anyway)? I posted about it on the FB page for the game, I kid you not. Here’s the post: [quote]So, every few hours yesterday (DURING THE DAY), a different Rare spawned on the road in front of my house. I’d like to see that kind of spawn rate more often (I live in a rural neighborhood.), rather than the way it’s been today so far— just seeing the same four or five Commons, while those very same Rares spawned further away enough that, had I gone after them (I didn’t.), would have required the use of data, rather than Wi-Fi, which I prefer not to do because it gets expensive. Thanks.[/quote]
I wrote it on Monday. Since then, I’ve seen multiple Rares. Just over the past few hours (Not that I want the appearance of Rares & Epics to be limited only to those hours, mind. During the day & evening would be nice, too.) I’ve seen & darted a whole string of them, all of which have spawned basically in my front yard (including Echo & a Gen 2 T-Rex), along with one Epic (Baryonyx).
It could be coincidence, I suppose, but I don’t know . As I said, the number & species diversity have increased significantly since I made that post, so I’d like to think someone who moderates the game’s FB page saw it & relayed the message to the game’s programmers, and they put in whatever codes, commands, etc. are necessary & responsible for determining spawn rates. My point being, they actually do listen to us sometimes .