Skrevet 24-03-2016 18:34 - Redigeret 19-06-2018 08:22I september sidste år afslørede The Pokémon Company, at de havde et spil på vej til iOS og Android, og i dette spil skal man fange Pokémon i den virkelige verden. Spillet går under titlen Pokémon GO, og der vil helt sikkert blive brug for et sted at kommunikere om det her på forummet, så det har vi nu.
#436 - Skrevet 24-12-2019 11:18Du modtager først Pokécoins, når dine Pokémons er slået ud af sit Gym. Så du skal bare vente på det sker.
#437 - Skrevet 24-12-2019 11:23
Du modtager først Pokécoins, når dine Pokémons er slået ud af sit Gym. Så du skal bare vente på det sker.
Tusind tak! Panikkede næsten lidt haha.
#438 - Skrevet 25-12-2019 11:55Jeg kunne godt bruge nogle flere Friends i spillet, så add mig gerne.
#439 - Skrevet 30-01-2020 10:15Der er kommet Battle Leagues til Pokémon Go nu for mange brugere. Det fungerer faktisk ret let - du har en måned til at deltage i kampe mellem brugere, og for at få adgang skal du bevæge dig 5 km (eller købe dig adgang for PokéCoins). Når du har adgang, har du mulighed for at udkæmpe 5 kampe, inden du skal gå 5 km igen.
#440 - Skrevet 13-02-2020 10:07Go Battle League er flyttet over på Ultra League - Pokémon op til 2500 CP - og det frygtede jeg en del, da der her er mulighed for at medbringe en hel del flere legendariske Pokémon fra Raids. Det har heldigvis vist sig, at det ikke er så kritisk som frygtet. Mit hold med Roselia (med Dazzling Gleam), Garchomp og Hariyama har faktisk givet mig 10 sejre i træk - et par enkelte var held i den forstand, at der var lag, der påvirkede modstanderen, men ellers har det været fordi, folk ikke har forventet, at Roserade havde DG og derfor ikke blokerede (relevant på Dragon-typerne).
#441 - Skrevet 02-03-2020 11:16Som ved sidste post var jeg også nervøs for rykket til Master League, hvor der intet loft på CP-værdierne er, men jeg er igen blevet positivt overrasket. Folk vælger tit de store, stærke legendariske, så det er bare om at have gode counters til dem, så går kampene rimeligt. Er i hvert fald steget pænt i rank-point siden starten af denne liga, så det er lækkert. Bruger en Mamoswine med Powder Snow, Avalanche og Bulldoze, en Machamp med Counter og Dynamic Punch, og en Togekiss med Charm, Dazzling Gleam og Air Strike - Togekiss er mest en bulk, der kan tage nogle af de typer, de to andre er svage overfor - f.eks. Gyarados - men også fighting og en ekstra indsats mod dragerne.
#442 - Skrevet 05-03-2020 16:15Nu starter Pokémon Go Battle League Season 1 snart - 13. marts. Der kom en lang pressemeddelelse ud om det, og alle de ændringer der er til det ift. den pre-season, der er i gang nu - nye rewards osv. Wall of text:
The GO Battle League preseason is coming to an end, and we’re excited to announce that GO Battle League Season 1 officially starts this month on Friday, March 13, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7)! From Trainers who gave the GO Battle League a try to earn Sinnoh Stones for Rhyhorn Community Day to battlers who climbed all the way to the top at rank 10, we thank you. We’ve been working on improving Pokémon GO’s global online battling system, and it’s all thanks to your participation and feedback.
As a token of our gratitude, Trainers who achieved rank 4 or higher will receive a Premium Battle Pass as part of their end-of-preseason rewards. To celebrate the end of the preseason, from today, Thursday, March 5, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT −8) to Friday, March 13, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7), all three leagues will be available to play in the GO Battle League! Pick and choose between the Great League, Ultra League, and Master League, and end the preseason however you’d like. As we continue to work on the GO Battle League experience, let us know what you think!
For those of you who haven’t had a chance to try it—what is the GO Battle League? Like many Pokémon GO features, the GO Battle League encourages players to get out and explore the world with Pokémon. You can walk to earn entry into the GO Battle League, then battle opponents from around the globe through an online matching system and rise in the ranks of the league. This feature was a way to make the Pokémon GO battling experience more competitive and accessible to more Trainers. For more information on the basics of the GO Battle League and what happened during preseason, check out our previous GO Battle League post.
Note: In-game events for may vary in the following areas until further notice. Players in these areas can stay tuned to our channels for updates.
Legendary and Mythical Pokémon are coming to the GO Battle League!
For a limited time, Darkrai, Altered Forme Giratina, and Thundurus will be coming to the GO Battle League as rare reward encounters, starting at rank 4! Darkrai and Altered Forme Giratina especially can be powerful additions to your Ultra League and Master League teams, so be sure to catch them if you can!
You’ll have a chance to encounter Darkrai as a GO Battle League reward encounter from Friday, March 6, 2020, at 8:00 a.m. to Monday, March 9, 2020, at 10:00 p.m. local time. If you’re lucky, you might encounter a Shiny Darkrai!
You’ll have a chance to encounter Altered Forme Giratina as a GO Battle League reward encounter from Friday, March 13, 2020, at 8:00 a.m. to Monday, March 16, 2020, at 10:00 p.m. local time. If you’re lucky, you might encounter a Shiny Altered Forme Giratina!
For all other time periods, you’ll have a chance to encounter the Legendary Pokémon Thundurus as a reward encounter in the GO Battle League until further notice.
Warm up for GO Battle League Season 1 with two special events
The greatest Trainers know to prepare before a tough battle! Leading up to and at the beginning of Season 1, look forward to the following GO Battle League-themed events to help you catch strong Pokémon to use in battle and gain more Stardust to power up your Pokémon. Please note, the event-exclusive Pokémon appearing in raids and in the wild will not occur in Japan, South Korea, and Italy. Event bonuses will still occur in Japan, South Korea, and Italy.
An event to help you prepare for GO Battle League: From Tuesday, March 10, 2020, at 8:00 a.m. to Thursday, March 12, 2020, at 10:00 p.m. local time, strong Pokémon will be appearing in raids, including Skarmory, Swampert, Shieldon, and more! Registeel and Cresselia will be appearing in five-star raids. You’ll also earn twice the usual Stardust from Raid Battles and Trainer Battles during this event. Please note that this bonus will not apply to GO Battle League Trainer Battles.
A GO Battle League Season 1 launch celebration: From Friday, March 13, 2020, at 8:00 a.m. to Monday, March 16, 2020, at 10:00 p.m. local time, more Pokémon thought to be powerful in the GO Battle League will be available in raids, including Altered Forme Giratina in five-star raids. Fighting-type Pokémon will also be appearing more frequently in the wild! Also if you’re lucky, you might find a Shiny Timburr! Your best bet would be battling and catching it in one-star raids! There will also be the following GO Battle League bonuses during the event period.
You’ll receive a Premium Battle Pass when you win all five battles in a set on the premium track of the GO Battle League.
You’ll be able to complete seven sets of GO Battle League battles per day, up from the regular five sets, for a total of up to 35 battles a day!
You’ll receive bonus Stardust in the GO Battle League.
GO Battle League Season 1 starts on Friday, March 13, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7)
We’re excited to announce the following changes to the GO Battle League for Season 1.
We’re fine-tuning the GO Battle League’s rewards. Depending on your rank, you’ll receive increased Stardust rewards and a different number of Charged and Fast TMs.
Winning matters much earlier in the ranks now. Ranks 2 and 3 now require you to win a certain number of battles to advance to the next rank. Previously, wins mattered only beginning at rank 4.
The Pokémon you can encounter as GO Battle League rewards will change for Season 1. Metagross will be your guaranteed first encounter reward for Season 1. At rank 4, you’ll have a chance to encounter Beldum. At rank 7, you’ll have a chance to encounter Rufflet, making its Pokémon GO debut ahead of appearing in Safari Zone Philadelphia. And last but not least, the tough Pikachu Libre will be making its debut as a guaranteed reward encounter when you reach rank 10! In the future, Pikachu Libre will be available starting at lower ranks, but this season is your chance to challenge yourself to see if you can make it to rank 10, Trainers. Machop, Snorlax, and Meditite will no longer appear as GO Battle League encounters, but you’ll encounter Scraggy more often. These reward encounters might change next season, so be sure to give it your all and climb as high as you can in the rankings, Trainers!
Reach rank 10 to earn avatar items and an avatar pose inspired by Steven. Steven is a Pokémon League Champion in the Hoenn region. Steven is both an incredibly skilled Pokémon Trainer and a kind and helpful mentor. His dedication to battle makes his avatar items and avatar pose rewards a perfect match for the GO Battle League. The pose is a reward exclusive to Season 1.
At the end of Season 1, you’ll receive an Elite Charged TM if you’ve reached Rank 7 or higher. Introducing Elite Charged TMs and Elite Fast TMs! By using an Elite Charged TM or Elite Fast TM, you’ll be able to select the attack that your Pokémon learns. Not only that, but Elite Charged TMs and Elite Fast TMs will also allow Pokémon to learn attacks previously available only during events such as Raid Days or Community Days.
GO Battle League Season 1 timeline
Season 1 will rotate through leagues, just like the preseason did. Season 2 is set to begin in early May, but please note that all these dates are still tentative. Stay tuned—we’ll update you as soon as anything changes.
The Great League will run from Friday, March 13, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. to Friday, March 27, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7).
The Ultra League will run from Friday, March 27, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. to Friday, April 10, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7).
The Master League will run from Friday, April 10, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. to Friday, April 24, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7).
All three leagues will be available from Friday, April 24, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. to Friday, May 1, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7).
Season 2 will begin Friday, May 1, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PDT (GMT −7).
Kan nok læses bedre her.
#443 - Skrevet 13-03-2020 08:30 - Redigeret 13-03-2020 08:33Noget kunne tyde på, at COVID-19 nu også påvirker Pokémon Go. På pokemongolive.com skriver de:
Updates to events: Abra Community Day
The following events have been canceled, postponed, or changed.
• Abra Community Day: This event has been postponed.
We will also be making the following changes to Pokémon GO which are effective starting now until further notice.
• A one-time purchase bundle of 30 Incense for 1 PokéCoin. Incense will also last for one hour.
• 1/2 Hatch Distance when Eggs are placed into Incubators during this time period
• PokéStops will now drop Gifts more frequently
• Pokémon habitats will increase and more Pokémon will be appearing in the wild
Be sure to follow us on social media, opt in to receive push notifications, and subscribe to our emails to stay updated.
—The Pokémon GO team
#444 - Skrevet 13-03-2020 09:08Håber de fjerner kravet om 3 km for at tage kampe i Go Battle League...
#445 - Skrevet 13-03-2020 14:59Tænker det kommer. Har de gjort for folk i Italien/Japan/Syd Korea.
#446 - Skrevet 30-03-2020 20:53 - Redigeret 30-03-2020 20:56Nu bliver det snart muligt at raide fra sofaen!
Dear Niantic community,
We are reaching out to extend our best wishes for your wellness at this time of unprecedented challenge due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The increased physical and mental strain can have a lasting impact on people, and we’re here for you.
But the world has changed, so what can we do?
We created Niantic with a mission to help people get outside, exercise, and explore the world, with the ultimate goal of helping people connect with others. Today we support a global community of hundreds of millions of people who look to our games for regular entertainment and an opportunity to get outside and connect with friends.
We have always believed that our games can include elements of indoor play that complement the outdoor, exercise and explore DNA of what we build. Now is the time for us to prioritize this work, with the key challenge of making playing indoors as exciting and innovative as our outdoor gameplay.
We are adding to our product roadmap so we can enable more ways to play inside and around the home in the coming days and weeks, when the world needs it most.
While it’s impossible to predict when and how the situation with COVID-19 will evolve globally, we’re going to make the following changes to our games and live events:
Exercise: you can track your steps indoor with Adventure Sync so activities like cleaning your house and running on a treadmill count toward game achievements. We’re going to make improvements to Adventure Sync so it works even better with indoor movement and activities.
Social: we’re enhancing our in-game virtual social features to enable players to stay in touch when they can’t meet in real life. You’ll soon be able to team up with friends and take on Raid Battles together in Pokémon GO from the comfort of home.
Explore: we’re also looking into how we can help players virtually visit and share memories about their favorite real-world places, until they can once again visit them in person.
Live Events: we’re re-imagining what it means to participate in a Niantic live event this summer, and putting our creative energy towards bringing the excitement directly to your home. That means we’re working on an entirely new way to enjoy Pokémon GO Fest. More details coming soon!
As our community knows, we’ve already made a number of changes to adapt to the current environment where group play is no longer possible and outdoor activity may be restricted.
We just launched a new form of gameplay in Pokémon GO called GO Battle League that you can play from anywhere in the world, including at home. We reduced the walking requirements for GO Battle League from 3 km to zero and introduced deeply discounted Incense and Poké Balls so people can catch Pokémon without traveling far. Gifts have more useful content and we increased storage so you can send and receive more gifts.
In areas where it is permitted by local authorities, outdoor walks, practiced with proper social distancing, will continue to be a great way to contribute to physical and mental well being and you’ll still be able to play our games while you do that. The changes we are making offer an alternative when that’s not possible.
We look forward to the day when we can return to the familiar places we dream about and once again safely play together with family and friends. When the world is ready for that, we’ll be ready too.
Jeg ved godt, at alle disse tiltag er midlertidige, men nøj hvor er jeg dog glad for dem! At have ubegrænset adgang til Go Battle League er fedt, fordi det ikke føles så bittert at tabe 2 kampe og misse den vigtige "encounter" eller få en dårlig Pokémon ud af det, og det giver også mulighed for at teste lidt flere sjove kombinationer af Pokémon.
Det er også lækkert at antallet af spawns er vokset voldsomt. Det giver mig lyst til at tjekke spillet langt oftere end før. Så skal der lige lidt flere nye Pokémon til.
Mht. Go Battle League er jeg træt af, at det er de samme 5-6 Pokémon man møder, og især nu med Ultra League er jeg afsindigt træt af Giratina - så træt af den, at jeg bare tilføjede den til mit hold selv, og nu er jeg også begyndt at vinde igen. If you can't beat them ... Jeg havde i Great League god held med Altaria (100 %, dragon breath / air cutter / dragon something something) , Roserade (Grass Knot / Dazzling Gleam) og Hitmonchan (counter / fire punch / thunder punch), og i Ultra League bruger jeg nu Giratina (ghost / dragon claw), Roserade (leaf blade / dazzling gleam / sludge bomb) og Hariyama (counter / dynamic punch / heavy slam (steel)). Begge hold har en god bredde mod de mest populære Pokémon derude.