Pokemon Go Battle League Switch Button turns off bug & Valentine’s Day Celebration 2020 event details
Niantic recently introduced the Go Battle League feature to the game. The new feature allows trainers to battle other trainers globally. However, this new feature is plagued with bugs & many players finding difficult to enjoy online PvP.
On one of the most popular forum, TheSilphroad, many players are reporting the issue with the Switch Button which automatically goes off in the middle of the battle. Due to this switch off many players are losing battles. Have a look at a few complaints down below.
Go Battle League is a newly introduced feature & Niantic is aware of the lags & freezes. But Niantic seems to be unaware of this particular bug. We are keeping a close watch on this issue & whenever any update or fix for this will arrive from Niantic, we will update the column.
Apart from this, the Pokemon Go Valentine Day event is about to arrive in the game soon. Pokémon GO Valentine’s Day Celebration 2020 event will go live on February 14, 2020, at 8 am and will stay live until Monday, February 17, 2020, at 10:00 pm local time.
During the Pokémon GO Valentine’s Day Celebration 2020 event, the spawn rate of Pink Pokemon will increase in the wild. Also, Eggs & Raids will feature more Pink Pokemon. Theme related research tasks will also feature Pink Pokemon encounters.
Audino, the Hearing Pokémon, and Alomomola, the Caring Pokémon, will also make their debut under this event. Pokémon GO Valentine’s Day Celebration 2020 event is also bringing a range of bonuses for players. During this event, regular Lure Modules will last six hours and players will receive a 2× Catch Candy bonus.
There will also be an exclusive Raid Day on February 15 to continue the pink Pokémon festivities in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The timings for the Raid Day will be from 2 pm to 5 pm in your local time zone. The Pokemon that will be featured during Raid is Lickitung. Lickitung will be in four-star raids and will learn Body Slam.
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