This complaint began to show up on Reddit today, and it seems the problem was created or at the least exacerbated by the app’s latest update, which was released on August 10th. Now, some are finding of which their first Poke Ball is practically always launched incredibly far into your distance, whereas this rarely happened previously.
Some are speculating that this is because of trying to throw the ball too rapidly once the Pokemon come across begins. It seems the ball going to date may be due to help throwing it at the same time that the Pokemon performs it’s initial attack. It’s recommended, then, that you take your efforts and wait minutes before throwing a Poke Ball.
For certain gamers, another solution that is working should be to throw more curveballs; this seems to decrease the rate of which the balls are overshot, so it’s a habit worth stepping into if this glitch is usually ruining your Pokemon expertise.
August 10th’s update towards Pokemon Go app was relatively minor in range, but after its launch, a variety of brand new issues have popped up including the game freezing quite often and all Pokestops completely disappearing in the map. Hopefully, Niantic labs will release a new update next few days addressing these problems.
Generally, though, Pokemon Go has also been far less buggy of late, with the servers becoming more stable is actually several prominent features similar to battery saver mode along with the nearby tracker (a version of computer, at least) being added the government financial aid. This, in addition to elevated communication from Niantic, has caused fans to get far less negative around the game than they was towards the end of July.