The long humorous mode is at the same time officially.
By Nick Santangelo
Updated on Nov 30 @ 1:30 PM Pacific Time with latest details from Niantic:
Since its launch in July 2016 Pokemon Go has been a PvE affair affair – but that's about to change.
In the game official Twitter account, Nianticet has confirmed coach battles soon after the game.
In extra tweets, Niantic, discovered These coaches will be leaked to three: Great, Ultra, Master. The leagues will be shared by CP, with the Great League converting to 1,500 CP per Pokemon, the Ultra League won 2,500 CP per Pokemon, and no limit on the Master League.
Teams in coach clubs are limited to three Pokemon, and players can build their parties for the time (such as making a Slapts Party for raid championships) for selected ones.
"When designing Trainerbattels we want to make an experience that everyone can enjoy and ensure that various types of Pokémon can see their strength," Niantic added. "With leagues in Trainer Battles, we hope to make a system that is accessible to many trainers."
Pokemon Go competitive battles is not a complete surprise, but it's something that Niantic and The Pokemon Company has done so long that many appear to be the tasty. Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara said last year PvP came to Pokemon Go, and Niantic directs the IGN that PVP "still on the roadmap" is almost a year ago.
Pokemon Go 's other long wait feature, trading, came in at Pokemon Go in June.
The last month, Pokemon Go won his first Pokemon Diamond and Pearl monsters, and Pokemon Pokemon Go can now be delivered to Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee and Pikachu!
Nick Santangelo is a freelance writer based in Philadelphia. He loves video games and sports, but not sports facilities. Follow him Twitter.