Pokemon Go: Niantic Removes Help Center Reference for Maximum Number of Master Orbs – Rare Ball Stockpiling

2023-09-01 21:45:51

Niantic removed the Help Center reference for the maximum number of Master Orbs you can carry in Pokemon Go after publishing a search to get a second orb. One of the most sought after items in Pokemon has always been the Master Ball. Players are sure to catch anything, and tend to save it for a rare catch. The Rare Ball was added to Pokemon Go in July 2023, and some Trainers have been saving the Rare Ball by trying to stockpile several of them at once. Article continues After the announcement, the Pokemon Go help site previously stated that trainees could only hold one orb at a time, but have since removed the reference. Article continues After the announcement Niantic issued a statement limiting the use of Master Balls in Pokemon Go In the Help Center there is a section detailing “item types and their effects,” and there is a section about Poke Balls and how they work. At the bottom of the first paragraph it was saying: “The Master Orb is a very rare and special type of Poké Ball with a 100% capture rate. Note that you can only carry one Master Orb in your bag at a time.” Sign up for your free Dexerto account and get: Simple Ad Mode|Dark Mode|Deals in Games, TV, Movies, and Technology Article continues after ad This means that before you can get the Master Orb awarded to you in your last timed mission, you must You have to use your existing orb if you haven’t already. Fortunately, Niantic has since removed any reference to this extent. Article continues after announcing the latest study, Timed Investigation: Master Ball, offers a wide range of somewhat challenging missions to complete in order to get the Master Ball a second time. Many expressed their distaste for the quality of the missions, as rural players would have difficulty completing the required number of raids. Article continues after announcement We’ve reached out to Niantic and will update this article if they respond. Meanwhile you can head over to our Pokemon Go section to check out more coverage.
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