'Pokemon GO' Tips: 3 Ways to Prepare For Player VS Player Battle Update

By Allan O , Updated Nov 17, 2016 09:10 AM EST
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It is expected that “Pokemon GO” will soon release the Player VS Player battle mode wherein anyone can invite another player to a battle. This mode is very similar to battling a gym, the only difference is players will be battling real players and the only way to win is by owning a Pokémon that is stronger than your opponent. To do that, players must prepare for the coming update by following any of the three methods mentioned below.

Take Advantage of Daily Bonus

The recent update of “Pokemon GO” allows players to earn as much as 11,000 EXP, 6,600 Stardust, and lots of freebies by just catching one Pokemon and spinning one Pokestop every single day in 7 consecutive days. That’s a total of 44,000 EXP and 26,400 Stardust in a month. That’s a lot of bonus for a task that only takes a few minutes to complete. As everyone knows, EXP is the key for a player to level up and stardust allows the player to evolve or power up their Pokemon into stronger ones.

Catch As Many Pokemon As You Can

Aside from completing the daily task in "Pokemon GO", players are also encouraged to catch as many Pokemon as possible. This can be done during lunch hours or on the way to school or work and vice versa. In this way, it doesn’t interfere with the player’s daily life but actually helps it become healthier through walking. So instead of taking the car to work or school, walk and catch as many Pokemon as possible.

Evolve As Many Pokemon As You Can

As players catch Pokemon on a daily basis, their inventory could be full by the end of the day. This is actually a good thing because it means it’s time to do some evolving and earn more EXPs. To do this, players just need to transfer all evolved Pokemon of Pidgey, Rattata, Caterpie and Weedle. Then start evolving the base Pokemon to their second evolve. It is not advisable to evolve them to their third evolution as that takes more candy for the same amount of EXP bonus.

As EXP and bonus continue to increase, the player’s level increases and their Pokemon grow stronger through evolving and power-ups. So when the time comes that PvP is available, the player is ready to go on a battle confidently in "Pokemon GO".

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