Pokemon GO: How to Take Part in Gym Raid Battles

Pokemon GO: How to Take Part in Gym Raid Battles

Pokemon GO: How to Take Part in Gym Raid Battles

While Niantic has yet to set an official time on when the Raid Battles on "Pokemon GO" will begin, a report claims that the new set of Raid Battles could start at around 9 a.m. each day. There also is no way to search for a Raid Battle group before using your pass, meaning quite a lot of players are activating their passes without realizing that there's no local interest in this particular Raid Battle, at which point it's too late.

However, there are reports saying that Niantic will most likely lower levels as time goes, as now, they are just testing raids among the most powerful players in the game.

Raids began as high-level activities for players ranked level 35 and higher. For more on the game, be sure to stick with us at Twinfinite. Game developers have said that raids will eventually be available to all players.

Once you are there, and the boss Pokemon has been revealed, press the "Battle" icon in front of the Pokemon, which will prompt you to use your Raid Pass or buy one if you don't have one. This can be obtained by spinning the Photo Disc that can be found at a Gym one day at a time.

The new an improved Gyms feature six permanent slots that can be filled by the controlling team's Pokemon. First it dropped the Raid Battle level requirement to 31, then to 28, and now ...

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And to make things more competitive, defending Pokemon will lose motivation over time, which will lower their effective CP and therefore make them easier to defeat.

But it looks as though Niantic has introduced a cap of 50 coins for the day, which is down from 100.

Raid Battles are a new feature in which ultra-powerful Pokemon temporarily take over a gym.

Pokemon caught using third-party software will be marked with a red line.

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