Players eagerly awaiting the subsequent Tera Raid of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet may need to wait a little longer if recent indications of its postponement are any indicator. Since shortly after the debut of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the game’s Tera Raids have provided players with a delightful experience, but it appears that current problems may create a disturbance in the timetable.
Players can team up with pals to defeat Tera Raid Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Tera Raids. Players have the chance to add the Pokémon to their roster if they defeat it. The last Pokémon Tera Raid, however, had a serious glitch that forced an early end to the entire event.
Sadly, it appears that the Tera Raid glitch may still be affecting the game—or at the very least, its development. According to a recent tweet from PokeXperto, the Pokémon Home calendar schedules a Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Tera Raid, starring Delphox, to take place between May 26 and May 28. However, no other stations have made any mention of the raid. The Tera Raid has not yet been announced, even though the game often does so at the start of the week in which they are scheduled to take place. This could indicate that the Tera Raid has been postponed for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, starring Delphox.
The precise reason for a probable delay is currently unknown. However, the difficulties with the previous Tera Raid are probably to blame. The bug that was causing players of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet to experience game crashes after finishing the Great Tusk/Iron Treads Tera Raid may require extra time from the development team to fix. Since Great Tusk/Iron Treads was cancelled before its intended schedule and the repeat of the Mighty Chesnaught Tera Raid had to be postponed, it is highly likely that the timetable has been adjusted to compensate for the lost time in the Raid. It may become necessary to modify the schedule in such a way that fresh Pokémon are introduced after completing these Tera Raids once again.
Players currently have no choice but to wait until the official announcement of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Tera Raids is made again. Hopefully, the developers will soon provide an updated timetable, which will probably start with a second Tera Raid to make up for those affected by the glitch before moving on to new content. Although there have been issues and hiccups in the games ever since they were released, maybe this is the final significant problem affecting Tera Raids.
For the Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are currently available.