Last year, Niantic assured Pokémon Go players a feature named “Go Battle League” that would lastly give them away to combat different trainers worldwide. Now, the developer has begun rolling out Go Battle League, and it’ll make its strategy to gamers based on their trainer level. You may have to wait a bit longer to get it because Niantic briefly ceased its launch “to ensure a smooth feature launch and prevent server points.” But while you do get the function, you can combat in opposition to different trainers at the Go Battle League preseason events.
The preseason leagues — specifically, the Great League, the Ultra League, and the Master League — will allow Niantic to observe how persons are playing and make changes for the first season of competitive play. It could help the company decide the ideal season length and rating threshold for ranks, amongst different issues.
Niantic says it’s going to provide updates as soon because it’s in a position about the feature’s rollout, so you may want to keep an eye on Pokémon Go’s social media channels for future reports.
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