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<p>Almost a week after Niantic's biggest and fan-riling update, fans noticed something a bit off when it came to catching Pokemon. Were the Pokemon harder to catch or was that our imaginations?</p><p><p>Trainers, a new bug affecting throw accuracy increases the odds of escape and omits the XP bonus. We are working on a fix, stay tuned...— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) August 4, 2016 After the uproar that came from Niantic's removal of the (albeit broken) tracking feature and third-party support such as the tracking websites, it's no wonder it's taken them until now to talk about a bug affecting Pokeball accuracy. Whether they were aware of it or not, it turns out that we weren't imagining an increase in difficulty as they spoke out on Twitter yesterday.</p><p>With nothing in Pokemon GO's patch notes, it seems Niantic has been having a very busy week trying to get the App ready for more releases and fixing the aforementioned bugs, including the removal of the power saving function on iOS devices. According to a recent Facebook post, this was only a temporary move and should be back up within a few days.</p><p>Niantic has also been dealing with the legendary Pokemon controversy as we spoke about earlier this week, which after a lengthy debate and a head-load of abuse to poor Covey turns out to be true. According to a representative, granting the rare Pokemon to certain players turned out to be a mistake and they have since been removed from the affected accounts.</p>.