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Pokémon Go’s maligned Mega Evolutions get a much-needed overhaul

Niantic overhauls the mechanics of Mega Evolution Pokemon Goallows players to easily upgrade (and re-evolve) their Pokemon using Mega Energy. The developer also adds new incentives to interact with the Mega Evolution features of the mobile game in the form of new bonuses, where you have to catch them all.

One of the biggest changes coming to Mega Evolutions is to Mega Raids themselves. Niantic says these particular raids will be easier and can be conquered with fewer people. Mega Raids are currently four-star raids, just below the highest raid difficulty level. Niantic has yet to say how many players are required or recommended for Mega Raids.

Mega Evolving also becomes a one-time cost; Once players have obtained enough Mega Energy to evolve their Pokémon, they will be able to Mega Evolve them repeatedly after a cooldown. players be Use Mega Energy to reduce a Pokemon’s cooldown, Niantic said, and the Mega Energy required to Mega Evolve a Pokemon will decrease as the Pokemon’s cooldown decreases.

Niantic is also introducing Mega Levels for Mega Evolved Pokémon. “Every time you Mega Evolve a Pokemon, you’re trying to increase its Mega Level,” Niantic said in a blog post. “Each time a Pokémon’s Mega Level increases, you will receive more bonuses, and these bonuses will remain active while your Pokémon is Mega Evolved.”

These Mega Evolved Pokémon bonuses include perks available to players, such as extra Candy when catching Pokémon of the same type as their current Mega-Evolved Pokémon, and damage boosts in Raids and Gym Battles; as well as new bonuses such as increased chances of winning Candy XL and increased XP for catching Pokemon of the same type as your Mega Evolved Pokemon.

And in a nice quality of life update, players will be able to Mega Evolve Pokémon from the raid and battle preparation screens. (Monday’s announcement also revealed that Mega Kangaskhan Pokemon Go.)

What doesn’t seem to change is the temporary nature of Mega Evolutions. Mega-Evolved Pokemon will eventually revert to their normal state.

Changes Pokemon GoNiantic announced that Mega Evolution will launch today in Australia and New Zealand, and will soon be rolling out worldwide.

Added Mega Evolutions Pokemon Go in the summer of 2020. Only four Pokémon can be developed using Mega Energy initially acquired in raids: Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, and Beedrill. Niantic has added more over time, but many players have not resonated with the system due to the limited lifespan of Mega Evolutions and the energy costs required to interact with the mechanics. It can be difficult to find players willing to participate in Mega Raids, which forces Niantic to make Mega Energy available in other ways, such as research missions.


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Pokémon Go’s maligned Mega Evolutions get a much-needed overhaul

Niantic is overhauling the Mega Evolution mechanics of Pokémon Go, making it easier for players to evolve (and re-evolve) their Pokémon using Mega Energy. The developer is also adding new incentives to engage with the gotta-catch-’em-all mobile game’s Mega Evolution features, in the form of new bonuses.
One of the biggest changes coming to Mega Evolutions is to Mega Raids itself. Niantic says those specific raids will be easier and can be conquered with fewer people. Mega Raids are currently four-star raids, just below the highest difficulty tier of raids. Niantic hasn’t said just how many players are required or recommended for Mega Raids yet.

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Pokémon Go guide: Mega Evolution
Mega Evolving is also becoming a one-time cost; once players have acquired enough Mega Energy to evolve their Pokémon, they’ll be able to Mega Evolve them again and again, after a cooldown period. Players can use Mega Energy to decrease a Pokémon’s cooldown period, Niantic said, and Mega Energy required to Mega Evolve a Pokémon will decrease as the Pokémon’s cooldown period becomes shorter.
Niantic is also introducing Mega Levels for Mega Evolved Pokémon. “Every time you Mega Evolve a Pokémon, you work toward increasing its Mega Level,” Niantic said in a blog post. “You’ll get more bonuses every time a Pokémon’s Mega Level goes up, and these bonuses will stay active while your Pokémon is Mega Evolved.”
Those bonuses earned from Mega Evolved Pokémon include existing perks like extra candy when catching Pokémon that are the same type as players’ current Mega-Evolved Pokémon and damage boosts in Raids and Gym Battles; as well as new bonuses, like an increased chance of earning Candy XL and increased XP when catching Pokémon of the same type as your Mega-Evolved Pokémon.

And in a nice quality-of-life update, players will be able to Mega Evolve Pokémon from raid and battle prep screens. (Monday’s announcement also came with a video teaser, embedded above, that indicates that Mega Kangaskhan is headed to Pokémon Go.)
What doesn’t appear to be changing is the temporary nature of Mega Evolutions. Pokémon who are Mega Evolved will eventually return to their normal state.
Changes to Pokémon Go’s Mega Evolution roll out today in Australia and New Zealand, and will roll out globally soon, Niantic announced.
Mega Evolutions were added to Pokémon Go in the summer of 2020. Initially just four Pokémon could be evolved using the Mega Energy earned from raids: Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, and Beedrill. Niantic has added more over time, but many players haven’t resonated with the system, due to the limited lifespan of Mega Evolutions and the energy costs required to engage with the mechanics. It can be difficult to find players willing to join Mega Raids, which has pushed Niantic to make Mega Energy available through other means, like research tasks.

#Pokémon #Gos #maligned #Mega #Evolutions #muchneeded #overhaul

Pokémon Go’s maligned Mega Evolutions get a much-needed overhaul

Niantic is overhauling the Mega Evolution mechanics of Pokémon Go, making it easier for players to evolve (and re-evolve) their Pokémon using Mega Energy. The developer is also adding new incentives to engage with the gotta-catch-’em-all mobile game’s Mega Evolution features, in the form of new bonuses.
One of the biggest changes coming to Mega Evolutions is to Mega Raids itself. Niantic says those specific raids will be easier and can be conquered with fewer people. Mega Raids are currently four-star raids, just below the highest difficulty tier of raids. Niantic hasn’t said just how many players are required or recommended for Mega Raids yet.

Related

Pokémon Go guide: Mega Evolution
Mega Evolving is also becoming a one-time cost; once players have acquired enough Mega Energy to evolve their Pokémon, they’ll be able to Mega Evolve them again and again, after a cooldown period. Players can use Mega Energy to decrease a Pokémon’s cooldown period, Niantic said, and Mega Energy required to Mega Evolve a Pokémon will decrease as the Pokémon’s cooldown period becomes shorter.
Niantic is also introducing Mega Levels for Mega Evolved Pokémon. “Every time you Mega Evolve a Pokémon, you work toward increasing its Mega Level,” Niantic said in a blog post. “You’ll get more bonuses every time a Pokémon’s Mega Level goes up, and these bonuses will stay active while your Pokémon is Mega Evolved.”
Those bonuses earned from Mega Evolved Pokémon include existing perks like extra candy when catching Pokémon that are the same type as players’ current Mega-Evolved Pokémon and damage boosts in Raids and Gym Battles; as well as new bonuses, like an increased chance of earning Candy XL and increased XP when catching Pokémon of the same type as your Mega-Evolved Pokémon.

And in a nice quality-of-life update, players will be able to Mega Evolve Pokémon from raid and battle prep screens. (Monday’s announcement also came with a video teaser, embedded above, that indicates that Mega Kangaskhan is headed to Pokémon Go.)
What doesn’t appear to be changing is the temporary nature of Mega Evolutions. Pokémon who are Mega Evolved will eventually return to their normal state.
Changes to Pokémon Go’s Mega Evolution roll out today in Australia and New Zealand, and will roll out globally soon, Niantic announced.
Mega Evolutions were added to Pokémon Go in the summer of 2020. Initially just four Pokémon could be evolved using the Mega Energy earned from raids: Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, and Beedrill. Niantic has added more over time, but many players haven’t resonated with the system, due to the limited lifespan of Mega Evolutions and the energy costs required to engage with the mechanics. It can be difficult to find players willing to join Mega Raids, which has pushed Niantic to make Mega Energy available through other means, like research tasks.

#Pokémon #Gos #maligned #Mega #Evolutions #muchneeded #overhaul


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