Niantic Teases What Could Be Pokemon GO PvP with a Cryptic Tweet

[Update: Teasers] Niantic bringing PvP to 'Pokémon GO' by year's end

To make matters worse, Pokemon GO clones such as Ghostbusters World and Jurassic World Alive, both of which released long after Pokemon GO solidified its place in the mobile market, launched with PvP, which made many gamers ask what was taking Niantic so long.

According to Niantic, the CP caps should "create an experience that everyone can enjoy", while allowing "different kinds of Pokemon [to] show their strengths".

"Pokemon Go" has even more end-of-year surprises for its most dedicated players - especially those who have missed a lot of the exclusive content that the Niantic released earlier in the year. While the first teaser screenshot that Niantic shared looks similar to Trainer Battles from the core Pokemon games, it's still unclear whether Go's Trainer Battles will use the same combat system as Gym and Raid Battles-which ultimately boil down to tapping the screen quickly-or something closer to the main series. "#GOBattle". The tweet sparked a flurry of discussion and speculation on the much-anticipated feature for the game. There are still not many other details such as how players can access the leagues or if there are any other league rules which have not been announced yet. The Great League will allow a cap fo 1500 CP per Pokemon, Ultra at 2500 CP per Pokemon and Master League has no cap limit.

Before entering into a battle, players will select the Great League, the Ultra League, or the Master League. No, if we're reading this image correctly, she wants to fight, because if two trainers' eyes meet, they have to battle!

After years of waiting, trainers will soon be able to put their Pokemon to the test in player vs. player battles in Pokemon Go.



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