Niantic Labs, a provider of augmented reality games, is now creating conflicts between Pokémon GO players but is not as bad as it sounds. On Wednesday, Niantic started the new coach Battles Player vs. Player Combat Mode Player from level 40 . The rollout is now complete, the game mode is available to all players Level 10 and up .
For melee combat players can search for players nearby and then scan their combat code to initiate sparring. If no one is around, players can either challenge friends or play with AI opponents (there is no matchmaking component for strangers who are built into the game).
Players can choose between three leagues of varying difficulty Choose from coaches battle leagues Fighting fighters with 1,500 fighting power to the Master League without locked pocket monsters.
"When it comes to creating an exciting and exciting coaching match, we had to find a careful balance," the Pokémon GO team wrote a blog post.
"On the one hand, we wanted the system to be simple and straightforward for any trainer – even someone relatively unknown to the mechanics of Pokémon video games – and we wanted to create a unique competition that gave coaches a passionate experience For the fight, the ability to develop complex strategies, we have achieved this balance by implementing trainer battle leagues and creating even more opportunities for coaches to build small strategies on Ba. "