The Friends feature will start rolling out to Trainers later this week, allowing you to connect with your real-life friends and keep track of their adventures in Pokémon GO.
Well, well, well, the biggest update since the Pokemon Go release and the one players have been clamoring for since its inception, is finally live. Niantic typically does this for all the new features it adds to Pokemon GO, as both a way to reward those who are most dedicated to the popular mobile game, and to better test features before they're available to everyone. It operates hand in hand with the new friends feature. Players will simply have to exchange their trainer code (similar to a friends code) to share with their friends and add them to your list. You develop your friendships based on how much time you spend playing the game together in a number of the other activities.
But if you were excited to be able to finally swap Pokemon monsters with your friends, you'd better dial down the celebration. You can now trade Pokemon with your friends in Pokemon Go.
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"We wanted to make sure we got this right", she said. Depending on the friendship level, trades cost more or less stardust. Niantic also announced a friends system will be coming alongside the trading feature. These gifts contain special 7km eggs that can be hatched into Alolan Pokemon, which are variants of select first-generation Pokemon first introduced in the Pokemon Sun and Moon games.
Kirsten Koa, a Niantic software engineer, told The Verge the company has been planning the trade feature for years. "I hope we came up with something that's natural and enjoyable".