Niantic attempts a new Team-Up function; Results in Ready access to raids
Pokemon Go: Niantic is working to improve raid connection accessibility with Team Up, a new feature currently being tested in Campfire for Pokemon GO.
In Pokemon GO, users can either select the blue “Find a Raid” button to open the menu from Campfire or the green “Map” symbol to be taken to the feature. The short-term test will end on March 29, 2023, but if all goes as expected, this feature could be released sooner rather than later and switch to using third-party services, like Pokegenie. Before the test ends, test-takers should keep an eye on their email inbox for a prospective invitation.
Pokemon GO is still incredibly popular all over the world because it allows players to catch wandering Pokemon in their territory and participate in a variety of augmented reality activities such as spinning Photo Disks for in-game items, claiming Gyms for their GO team, and participating in raids to gather powerful Pokemon protecting them.
Unfortunately, a few people find it difficult to coordinate connections for raiding, which normally requires a certain group. Campfire, which Niantic originally created as its own social networking platform for each of its games, is currently accessible to some Pokemon GO users, giving trainers new methods to organize events like raids and communicate with other players. Luckily, it seems that Niantic is keeping up its efforts to improve raid connection accessibility with a new feature currently being tested.
Inventing new feature-Team up
Team Up, the newest feature being tested in Campfire for Pokemon GO, appears to be available for a short period of time. Smarioh a user, posted an invitation to TheSilphRoad subReddit, providing users with a better idea of what this feature intends to accomplish. Players of Pokemon GO can essentially host or join Raid Battles with other trainers in their neighborhood or around the globe with Team Up. Gamers having access can choose the green map symbol in Pokemon GO to be directed to the feature, or they can pick the blue “Find a Raid” button to open the menu from Campfire.
For Pokemon GO players who don’t have easy access to raids, the fact that Team Up is currently invite-only and isn’t yet generally accessible may make this news interesting, but there is a huge catch. The short-term test will finish on March 29, 2023, but if all goes as planned, this feature may be introduced sooner rather than later and use third-party services instead, such as Pokegenie. In any scenario, test takers should keep a watch on their email inbox for a potential invite prior to the test’s ending.
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