Pokemon Go Battle League (Online PvP) : Lags & Freezes reported by players
Pokemon Go Battle League has finally arrived for the game and the latest feature of the game allows trainers to battle other trainers globally. The feature was released two days back but within the 24 hours of it’s release, it got temporarily disabled due to connection issues.
When the situation was resolved, Niantic started rolling it out for different Trainer levels beginning with descending order, Level 40. Going by the latest update from Niantic, the feature is currently available for Trainers at Level 30 or above.
Earlier during the initial release, many players were facing the issue of Battle League locked & errors in finding a party. But now, Pokemon Go players are facing lags & freezes in the new online PvP feature.
Players have taken the route of forums to express their concerns which have shown below. For many users, there are some weak connection issues. It seems like Niantic is not aware of the issue currently. Have a look at a few complaints from users below.
We certainly hope that Niantic will resolve this issue soon. We are keeping a close watch on this matter and whenever any update or fix will arrive for this issue, we will update the post. But for now, it seems like players have to wait for Niantic to respond.
Speaking of the competitive league, the preseason of the GO Battle League will begin with the Great League, then move on to the Ultra League and the Master League. Leagues will rotate every two weeks. Players can still rank during the preseason, but your rank will be partially reset at the beginning of Season 1.
The GO Battle League’s preseason kicks off now with the Great League. The preseason will rotate formats to the Ultra League on Monday, February 10, 2020, at 1 pm PST. The Master League will follow on Monday, February 24, 2020, at 1 pm PST, with the Great League returning once again on Monday, March 9, 2020, at 1 pm PST.
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