Guide to learn how to play with a Buddy in Pokémon GO
Pokémon GO has made updates lately where it is responsible for adding new friends to it in addition to a lot of new features both to the characters and the function of the game.
But many coaches never delved into this feature beyond the basics. However, some new special research and other tasks require you to do more with them, so it is likely that we will be talking more about it in other articles later. Anyway, in this guide we will talk a little about How to play with a Buddy (or friend) in this popular game.
How to play with a Buddy in Pokémon GO?
Playing with your friend is actually very simple (except for certain details that you may consider cumbersome), all you have to do is touch the friends window at the bottom right of the main screen. This will open the Buddy menu where you will see a large Play button at the top. Choose that option to load into the AR partner experience, where you should see your partner standing in front of you (after finding a flat surface if you have AR enabled).
For the Distracted by Something Shiny special investigation, you need to do this 10 times. There is no limit to the number of times you can play with your friend, we will tell you below what you should do.
When your friend appears next to you, you can start sliding the screen over him. As you progress you will see very small flashes appear where you slide and your partner Pokémon will react in some way. You need to do this for a few seconds to make it count, so as long as you watch the flashes and your friend reacts, move the screen up, down or around it, then you will see your partner Pokémon smile and bounce a bit, marking a "move ". Now that you know how to play with a Buddy in Pokémon GO you can choose this option to enjoy a more interesting experience in the game added to the many details that the latest updates bring for us that we will gradually discover together with you. Luck!
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Niantic, The Pokémon Company
July 6, 2016
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