Pokémon Go has become one of the most popular games ever created. It has amassed millions of players all over the world and continues to captivate players with its unique gameplay and new content. One of the most interesting features in Pokémon Go is the ability to battle against other trainers. Player vs player (PvP) trainer battles are exciting, intense, and can be deeply rewarding. Here’s an overview on how they work.
Players can find opponents by searching for their exact name in the Battle Code Search menu or by inviting them directly from their in-game Friends list. Trainers can also team up with friends and family members to create a private battle league, where they can fight against each other for fun or practice. To enter into a battle against a randomly-selected opponent, players can choose the “Battle Nearby” option from the main menu.
Once an opponent has been chosen, both players must agree to battle and then choose which rulesets they wish to use in their PvP match. The rulesets are determined by the type of Pokémon used in each trainer’s team; for example, an Electric-type Trainer will have different rules than a Grass-type Trainer.
The Battle Process
At the start of every PvP match, each trainer is able to choose three types of Pokémon to use in battle. They may select any type of Pokémon they like but must make sure all three have different types; this ensures that no two battles are exactly alike. Each trainer then chooses which moves each Pokémon will use throughout the battle.
Once both sides have selected their moves and engaged in combat, damage will be dealt according to each move’s power level and any damage boost that was applied throughout the course of