During Pokémon battles in Pixelmon version 9.2.1 there is a visual glitch affecting the battle particles. Instead of displaying the expected particles, such as arrows or other battle-related effects, black dots appear on the screen. These black dots obscure the view and negatively impact the overall battle experience.
During Pokémon battles, the game should display appropriate and recognizable battle particles, such as arrows, sparks, and other effects that correspond to the actions and moves being performed by the battling Pokémon.
Instead of displaying normal battle particles, the game shows black dots on the screen. These dots do not resemble any recognizable battle effects and negatively impact the visual quality of the battle experience.
This issue seems to affect battles across different environments and locations in the game.
The problem is consistent and can be reproduced reliably on different systems.
Changing graphics settings and particle settings in the game's options does not have any effect on the appearance of the black dot particles.
Other visual elements of the game appear to be unaffected by this issue; it seems to be isolated to the battle particle effects.
No other mods or resource packs are currently installed that could potentially interfere with the game's particle effects.
While this issue does not render the game unplayable, it does detract from the immersive and visually pleasing experience that Pixelmon battles aim to provide.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. Your prompt action in investigating and resolving this issue would greatly contribute to improving the overall quality of the Pixelmon gameplay experience. If further information or assistance is required, please do not hesitate to contact me.