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'Pokemon Go' Tips And Tricks To Get One Million XP In Just 24 Hours [VIDEO]; When Is The Buddy System Coming?


While avid gamers of Niantic's hit augmented-reality mobile game continue going berserk about catching their favorite Pokemon, a slew of "Pokemon Go" tips, tricks, cheats and hacks have been making rounds online. The most searched for among them are tips to get maximum XP in a short span of time. Here are a few tips that can help you garner a whopping one million XP in just 24 hours.

It's no secret that Niantic Labs is implementing bans on players found using third party apps to level up in the game. Thus, players are recommended to refrain from using such unethical techniques as besides getting you banned, using these tricks contradicts the gist of the game which is exploring the real world.

Despite these methods eventually leading to bans, there are umpteen ways online to bypass the Niantic servers, some of them even require you to log-in to your "Pokemon Go" account. Here's a new trick that will help you amass tons of XP in just 24 hours.

The technique is dubbed as Bubblestrat and it involves training at a friendly gym while you use a specific combo of attacks. Here's how it works.

Basically, this technique works by capitalizing on the long startup-animation of Bubble by defeating the Bubble-User even before they get off a single attack, according to a post on Pokemon Go GamePress website.

In other words, using this technique you can defeat quite a few creatures even before landing a hit.

Potential Bubble-users include: Horsea, Krabby and Poliwag. You can select either one of the three Pokemon in order to defend the gym and attack it using a Diglett. The Diglett should come with the Scratch or Mudshot moves. Diglett can be defeated by the Bubble attack of Poliwag, Horsea or Krabby.

It is important for gamers to bear in mind that they need to be fast enough to make attacks in a flash. Diglett will beat the defender. Also, brisk execution of attacks is imperative for this technique to work effectively.

In other news, zealous gamers are still waiting for an impending update that's slated to debut the much lauded "Pokemon Go" Buddy System.

It was earlier reported that the said feature would be rolled out between September 5 and September 7 but that didn't happen much to the dismay of "Pokemon Go" players.

Fret not! Rumors are rife that the highly anticipated "Pokemon Go" Buddy System is coming in near future. According to the developer, launch of this next addition to the hit mobile game is just around the corner.

Apparently, the company was compelled to spill the beans about the feature sooner than it planned and it was ready to be rolled out.

The Buddy System was made public when a few "Pokemon Go" gurus dug into the game's source code making the exciting revelation. It didn't take too long for this news to stir conversations among the "Pokemon Go" community, IGN reported.

Moreover, this turned on the heat for the developer who still needed more time to fine-tune the system, but in bid to debunk the rumors making rounds, the company decided to make the news official.

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