Niantic has spent the day teasing the arrival of Trainer Battles in Pokémon GO. PvP Trainer Battles will be coming soon to Pokemon Go. "#GOBattle". The tweet sparked a flurry of discussion and speculation on the much-anticipated feature for the game. There were no Legendary Pokemon, you couldn't trade your Pokemon with other trainers, and most egregious of all, you couldn't battle anyone else directly. However, "Pokemon Go" launched in 2016 without the ability to do either. We're also interested in hearing about how trainer battles will be carried out within Pokemon GO, so there's plenty left to learn. In fact, battles are split up into three Leagues, each with their own CP limits. In the Great League, only Pokémon with a CP of 1,500 or less can enter. I'm sure the update will please plenty of Pokémon GO fans, especially when you consider that trainer battles have been a big part of the Pokémon series since its inception. Although details about how is it going to work are a bit scarce at the moment, Niantic is letting us know that it won't be long until Pokemon GO players will have access to a PvP mode.
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The hope is that trainer battles are right around the corner, but without any specifics from Niantic, it's hard to make that call.