The lengthy mode is finally official.
Updated November 30 at 13:30 Pacific Time with the latest news from Niantic:
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On the official Twitter account of the game Niantic confirmed that coaching battles will soon come into play.
In further tweets, Niantic it became known that coach battles will involve three leagues: Grand, Ultra and Champion. The leagues are divided by CP with the Great League limited to 1,500 CP per Pokemon, the Ultra League to 2,500 CP per Pokemon and no limit to the Master League during the coaching matches.
will be limited to three Pokémon and Players can build their parties in advance (19459016) (like preparing a battle party for raiding battles) to have pre-selected groups.
"In developing coaching battles, we wanted" An experience that everyone can enjoy, and ensure that different types of Pokémon can show their strengths, "added Niantic ." With leagues in coaching battles We hope to create a system that is accessible to many trainers. "
Pokemon The competition fights are no surprise, but Niantic and The Pokemon Company have been so annoyed for so long Many seem to be shocked that it has finally happened Tsunekazu Ishihara, CEO of Pokemon Company, said last year that PvP will come to Pokemon Go, and Niantic told IGN that PVP is "still on its way" nearly a year ago.
Pokemon's other long awaited feature Go, the trade, finally came to Pokemon Go in June.
Last month, Pokemon Go received its first Pokemon Diamond and Pearl monsters, and Pokemon Go can now be transferred to Pokemon: Let's go, Eevee and Pikachu!
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