Pokemon GO Trainer Battles To Be Rolled Out In Stages

Pokemon GO's Trainer Battles won't be available to everyone at first. Instead, they'll roll out in stages, starting with level 40 players.

Pokemon GO players have been anxiously waiting for the release of a PvP system -- which Niantic recently promised in the form of Trainer Battles.

Based on what we've been told about the new system so far, it will definitely provide an extra bit of depth to the popular mobile game. But some players are going to have to wait longer than others to experience it.

Today, the Pokemon GO team announced plans to roll the feature out "in stages". The announcement went out over the game's official Twitter account and noted that it's to assure Trainer Battles run correctly before offering the mode to everyone.

The feature will first release to Trainers that have hit level 40. Once the devs are certain it's working correctly, they'll roll it out to more players. Essentially, this is a beta for high-level players. 

Although we don't know exactly when this mode will release into beta, hopefully, its release isn't too far off. 

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Games Pokemon Go Genres CasualFree to Play Platforms iOSAndroid
Published Dec. 10th 2018

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