Pokemon Go : Get Pokecoins by activities under the upcoming new feature
Pokemon Go players can rejoice as Niantic is testing a new feature for the game. The new test will revamp the Pokecoin system. Currently, players can only earn Pokecoin by defending gyms. But under the new system, players will be able to obtain Pokecoins from other activities.
As players have to follow homestay in order to stop the spread of Coronavirus disease, Niantic will provide people with more ways to earn Pokecoins while playing in one place. In the coming time, Niantic will reward players with Pokecoins, for activities besides defending Gyms.
Initially, this feature will be rolled out for trainers in Australia. It will gradually roll for all trainers after the testing phase. But in order to balance this new method of earning Pokecoins. The number of PokéCoins earned from defending Gyms will be reduced from six per hour to two.
The maximum number of PokéCoins that players can earn in a day will be increased to 55. By completing the following list of activities each day, players will be able to receive five PokéCoins.
- Make an Excellent Throw
- Evolve a Pokémon
- Make a Great Throw
- Use a Berry to help catch a Pokémon
- Take a snapshot of your buddy
- Catch a Pokémon
- Power up a Pokémon
- Make a Nice Throw
- Transfer a Pokémon
- Win a raid
Apart from this, Altered Forme Giratina is returning in Raids on May 6, 2020, from 6 pm to 7 pm in your local time zone. Raid Battles featuring Altered Forme Giratina will be happening more frequently. If you don’t know how to get a Raid Pass, you can follow the steps below :
- Open the Pokémon GO app.
- Tap the Poké Ball icon, and then tap Shop.
- Scroll down to the Items section.
- From there, you can get one Remote Raid Pass for 100 PokéCoins. Please note that if you have three or more Remote Raid Passes in your Item Bag, you won’t be able to acquire more.
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