teknolojiarsivi.com
teknolojiarsivi.com August 23, 2017


Legendary raids can catch Legendary Pokemon; possible release in a few days

21 July 2017, 12:41 | Harold Aguilar

Niantic Reddit The new way to feed Pokemon remotely in Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go Pokemon Go go to gym Pokemon Go remote berry feed

Pokemon Go Fest, the first big, official festival for the incredibly popular augmented reality mobile phone game, kicks-off this weekend. These Pokemon will help trainers defeat Raid Battles and Gym Battles, but can not be left behind to defend gyms due to their strength imbalance. More than a few days to prepare.

Niantic is unleashing Legendary Pokemon into Pokemon GO starting this weekend.

A Legendary Victory Emblem was also seen as it featured the outline for the psychic Pokemon Lugia. These Pokemon will be powerful, but players can not use them to defend Gyms.

The legendary Pokemon trailer released by Niantic mainly focuses on the legendary birds, but eagle-eyed Pokemon GO enthusiasts will have noticed a brief glimpse of Mewtwo near the end of trailer. The upside to this is that even just catching one or two Legendary Pokemon can already significantly boost a player's attack strength. The studio said they'll start appearing in-game as early as 23 July - and players from around the globe will have the chance to get their very own.


Should they fail at unlocking the Legendary Pokemon, will we have to wait for next year or something? A lot of players were surprised to see these numbers, thinking the legendaries would have CPs closer to 50,000 or even 100,000. Once located, players can team up to join a Legendary Battle Raid to defeat the Pokemon and earn a chance to catch it. This is the Challenge Windows in which players need to gather enough number of Pokemon to win the obstacle.

Also worth considering when evaluating how hard a legendary Raid Battle will be is the fact that in theory, these will attract a much larger group of players than a battle at a lower tier.

"On July 22, thousands of Trainers in Grant Park for Pokemon GO Fest and the millions of others around the world will be working together to unlock in-game bonuses for the entire Pokemon GO community", Niantic explained in a blog post on their site. As announced on Pokemon GO Live, legendary Pokemon will be added to the game fairly soon.



Other News

Trending Now

Karnataka Flag Row: CM Siddaramaiah Asserts Nothing Wrong in State Flag
Currently, only Jammu and Kashmir can have a flag as per the special status it enjoys under Article 370 of the Constitution. This issue had been raised earlier too, but such a flag only represents "the people and not the state", the official said.

Thousands of student debts could disappear due to missing paperwork
At least $5 billion in private troubled student loans may be dismissed because paperwork that proves loan ownership is missing. The loans in question here were taken out before 2007, and some other institution would have actually originated the loan.

Carmelo Anthony Confident He's Going to Houston
One remaining concern will be Anthony's willingness to make amends with coach Mike D'Antoni and buy into his system. But according to ESPN's Ian Begley , the prospect of Anthony ending up at Houston has grown more and more realistic.

North Korea threatens UN
It seems that those resolutions were China's Maginot Line in terms of participation. "So it seems that further restrictions on civilian exchanges and trade is unlikely".

Masterful Venus oldest Wimbledon finalist for 23 years
Even though I beat her before, but still, she didn't give me today chances. "I felt the crowd was really nice to me. Konta after losing the opening game in the opening set bounced back to take the subsequent game.

Ed Sheeran spring cleans Twitter after 'Thrones' cameo
The singer had previously announced that he wasn't going to use Twitter anymore, but didn't go so far as to delete his account . "It's a new one", Sheeran shot back, as though admonishing Arya for not checking into Westeros' Top 40 recently.

Second Round of Brexit Talks Kicks Off in Brussels
United Kingdom finance minister Philip Hammond said Sunday that Britain will take responsibility for the money it owes, but dismissed the 100 billion euro figure as "ridiculous".

United States to crack down on opioid treatment programs
The enforcement effort comes as the country continues to battle a fatal epidemic of prescription drug abuse, much of it involving opioids.

Cardinal Pell arrives in Australia to face sexual offence charges
He was filmed sitting with a friend outside an ice cream shop in Singapore yesterday morning. Authorities only said there were multiple charges and "multiple complainants".

Maryam Mirzakhani, first woman to win mathematics' Fields Medal, dies at 40
A self-professed "slow" mathematician, Mirzakhani denied herself the easy path, choosing instead to tackle thornier issues. Stanford University in California - where she had been a professor since 2008 - didn't indicate where she died.