Niantic introduces a latest concept of Lucky Pokémon to their game, Pokémon GO. This new Lucky Pokémon feature update will make the game even more addictive and increase use of some feature like sending gifts and trading among users.
Lucky Pokémon are different from Shiny Pokémon. Lucky Pokémon have little functional advantage – they can power up without requiring much stardust. To simplify it, trainers will be able to make them strong faster and with comparably less work.
How to get Lucky Pokémon?
This question might be bothering you! Trainers can get Lucky Pokémon by trading.
Yeah, You read it right!
Trainers are still working out around this feature, but as explained partially in the official blog post, Pokémon can turn Lucky Pokémon when traded from one player or trainer to another. The Pokédex can detect them, so you can always keep a track of it.
The official blog post reads, “The longer the Pokémon spends inside a Trainer’s Pokémon storage, the higher the chance of them becoming Lucky Pokémon when they are traded.”
Niantic has also worked to polish some of their existing feature in this update –
- Players will be able to give their friends nicknames, which will help players to remember their friends.
- Those trainers who send gifts to their friends will now receive XP.
- Trainers can also receive Stardust for sending gifts.
- Trainers can also delete gifts from their inventory.