Pokemon Legends: Arceus has definitely caught some attention, as it is the successor of the original famous Pokemon games.
The first post-launch patch for Pokemon Legends: Arceus has been released, and it helps to fix a bug that made catching the Pokémon Cherrim extremely difficult.
On February 8, the game’s version 1.0.2 was published, which “addressed an issue that made it impossible to catch Cherrim at times” as well as a few other minor problems.
Arceus and the other legendary Pokémon were considered to be the most difficult to catch, but Cherrim, while easy to defeat, frequently refused to stay in its Pokéball.
Cherrim was a problem because Pokemon Legends: Arceus encourages collecting the same Pokémon again and over. It would sometimes refuse to be caught even after hundreds of attempts.
Cherrim’s unique ability enabled it to change shape depending on the weather – its flower opens in the sun and shuts in the shade – however, the glitch caused the Pokémon’s Catch Rate to decrease to zero if it changed forms even once.
However, with the patch, several players are reporting that the elusive Cherrim may now be caught as predicted!