The recent update of Pokemon Go is agreed to add raid battles, new gym features, and a bunch of new things among other items.
As per the sport planner Niantic, many transitions are coming to Pokemon Go. The new Raid Battle feature is the biggest addition –
According to game developer Niantic, several changes are coming to Pokemon Go. The biggest addition is the new Raid Battle feature – it’s a joint play mode that has users working together to conquer a effective Pokemon known as a Raid Boss. It’s not too different from what we’ve seen in heavily multiplayer online role-playing games like World of Warcraft or distributed world shooters like Destiny and its sequel Destiny 2. Don’t think it additional attempts in a day to be free though.
“Before you can battle the Raid Boss, you’ll need a Raid Pass. You can get one free Raid Pass per day by visiting a Gym, but you can only hold one at a time. You can also get Premium Raid Passes from the in-game shop,” explains Niantic in a post. “Upon using your pass to join the battle, you and up to 20 other Trainers work together to defeat the Raid Boss. If you successfully defeat the Raid Boss within the five-minute time limit, you’ll have the chance to catch an extra powerful Pokemon of your own.”
Conquering a Raid Boss nets players exclusive things like like Rare Candies that though used on a Pokemon converts into Pokemon’s Candy, Golden Razz Berries that allow Pokemon allotted to a Gym recover its motivation meter or enhance the luck of catching Pokemon in the wild and Technical Machines that will guide Pokemon a new Fast or Charged Attack.
How Gyms work in Pokemon Go is also new thing included in it. Thing recovery will be possible by turning the Photo Disc and accessing Gym-based features and matter won’t be reliant on Prestige and training. Instead they feature six constant positions that can be entered by managing team’s Pokemon and every Pokemon should be exclusive. Rival teams will attack Pokemon in the line they were assigned.Moreover, the company shed light on the game’s new inspiration system.
“At the heart of the update is a new motivation system that will significantly change how you interact with Gyms. When a Pokemon is assigned to a Gym, a motivation meter will be displayed. Pokemon assigned to defend a Gym lose motivation over time and as they are defeated in battle. As a Pokemon loses motivation, its CP will temporarily decrease, making it easier for opposing teams to defeat. To help keep the Pokemon motivated and in tip-top shape for their next battle, Trainers can treat their team’s Pokemon to some Berries, which restore their motivation. If a Pokemon loses all motivation, it will leave the Gym and return to its Trainer the next time it loses a battle, so you’ll want to keep your team’s Pokemon motivated by giving them Berries frequently.”
This is not enough. Communicating with Gyms acquire players gym Badges which players can level up by fighting other Pokemon instructor, offering small fruit to Pokemon in Gyms, and twisting a Gym’s Photo Disc.
In order for these thorough modifications to come into movement Gyms will be disabled for limited time and will be coming again when the update has been rolled out the world over. Over the next weeks, this will be followed by the raid battles added to the game, first in beta to a small group of players and after that via welcomes to a larger set, constantly extending to Gyms worldwide.