Pokemon Masters latest update adds new level cap & raised the maximum level for sync pairs
A new update for Pokemon Masters has gone live, and we have discussed the same in this post. Pokemon Masters game was released on August 29, 2019, and has been developed by Dena. Pokemon Masters has already crossed 10 million downloads & is one of the best mobile games of the year.
Before getting into the new update, let us know some main elements & features in the game. Pokemon Masters features more than 13 chapters and over 60 sync pairs. Pokemon Masters has a bit different mechanics to Pokemon Go.
Pokemon Masters features a 3v3 battle, in which players get the chance to battle alongside popular trainers from the Pokemon series. After getting charged up, players can also launch sync moves on the opponents which deal heavy damage.
In the game, players are required to form Sync Pairs with popular trainers which include the following: Brock, Misty, and many others. The game can be enjoyed either under Main Story, Events or Sync Pair Stories.
The completion of chapters rewards players with various level-ups, boost ups, and other in-game rewards. Sync Pair can be leveled up in the game by using Level up manuals. New attacks can also be learned by Pokemon, with the help of items obtained by the completion of chapters.
Now, let us have a look at the changes that have been incorporated in the latest update of Pokemon Master.
Pokemon Master Update Patch Notes
- New level cap added, raising the maximum level that sync pairs can level up to.
- Reward balance adjusted for courses and supercourses.
- Holding down the Explore button at the Pokémon Center now allows players to jump directly to the menu screen of the last area selected.
- While the player battles in auto mode, the auto setting will no longer switch to off except when toggled on/off manually.
- The auto setting can be toggled on/off by tapping the AUTO button at the top right of the battle screen.
- New Battle Again button added to the results screen for battles in the training area.
- Other minor bugs fixed and game improvements completed.
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