The moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Season 6 of GO Battle League is here, and the changes are significant. I’ll break down the formal announcement and explain important aspects to help you absorb all of this new and exciting information.
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ON THIS PAGE: GO Battle League Season 6 Comprehensive and Helpful Guide
- Previously, Niantic made an announcement.
- What’s new about Season 6 of GO Battle League?
- GBL guarantees Pokémon encounters
- Legendary Pokémon Rank 20
- The Seasonal Cup
- Master League Championship
- My Final Thoughts
“Trainers, as previously stated, the addition of Seasons offers exciting improvements to the GO Battle League! The GO Battle League will grow from 10 to 24 levels, with the top four positions getting new titles and badges.
The increased rank will be complemented by a completely new reward system, which will provide Trainers with additional chances to win unique prizes by ranking up. You may also anticipate the GO Battle League prizes to be linked to the current Season’s theme!
Seasons of GO Battle League will run concurrently with the overarching Seasons and will rotate formats over the same three-month timeframe. The Season of Celebration will be the setting for Season 6 of the GO Battle League!”
Season 5 prizes, Season 6 schedule, and What to Expect
When Season 6 starts on Monday, November 30, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8), your Season 5 end-of-season prizes, including an Elite Charged TM if you achieved rank 7 or above, will be accessible on the Battle screen.
The dates on the schedule below are currently provisional and include only the first half of Season 6. Stay tuned—we’ll keep you updated if anything changes, and we’ll provide more information about the second half of Season 6 later.
- The Great League will take place between Monday, November 30, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) and Monday, December 14, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8).
- The Ultra League and Premier Cup will take place from Monday, December 14, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) through Monday, December 28, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8).
- The Master League, as well as its Premier Cup, Master League Classic, and Holiday Cup, will take place from Monday, December 28, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) through Monday, January 4, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8).
- In the Master League Classic, only Pokémon that have not been boosted up with Candy XL are permitted.
- Please read below for additional information on which Pokémon will be permitted in The Holiday Cup.
- All three leagues, as well as the Ultra League Premier Cup, will take place from Monday, January 4, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) through Monday, January 11, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8).
GO Battle League Season 6 revealed that Pokémon GO’s PvP Season 6 would be divided into two parts. The first half will go as usual, with the regular Great, Ultra, and Master League formats, but a new cup is coming to Pokémon GO PvP: The Holiday Cup.
The Holiday Cup is a new cup in the Great League system that enables only Pokémon with 1500 CP or less to compete. Trainers are only allowed to employ Normal, Grass, Electric, Ice, Flying, and Ghost type Pokémon in the Holiday Cup.
The Master League Classic Cup is also a new addition. The Classic Master League only accepts Pokémon that have not been powered up beyond Pokémon Level 40. (this requires using XL Candy).
Since Niantic revealed that you would be able to power up Pokémon beyond the level 40 limit, the PvP community has been worried about the Master League meta.
Niantic is dividing these two cups in order to avoid an unfair gaming experience, so that Master League may include Pokémon of any level, while Master League Classic has a cap of Level 40 and under, thus the name.
We don’t know what Niantic has in store for the second half of Season 6, but we can guess that it may include new cup formats or something totally unexpected, which we will have to wait and see.
Season 6 of the GO Battle League will see some significant changes. The number of rankings has been raised from ten to twenty-four.
You will advance through the ranks from 1 to 20 by engaging in fights and winning. You may attain the top four rankings by achieving a certain rating.
- 2,000 rating (Ace)
- Expert: 2,750 Rating Veteran: 2,500 Rating
- 3,000 Rating Legend
The rank-and-reward system has been revised. The following ranks will be distinct in terms of how players advance through them and the prizes awarded on the reward tracks. Once you achieve these levels, you just need to finish one set of fights to advance to the next level.
- Rank 5: The prizes will be unknown.
- Rank 10: You will get Stardust as a reward.
- Rank 15: Rare Candies will be awarded.
- Pokémon encounters will be the prizes for Rank 19.
We can now see that Ranks 21-24 will have their own distinct title, which is a great addition to the new system. The new rank-reward system alters how you earn specific prizes and level up in GO Battle League. When you achieve these levels, you will only need to finish one set of fights.
From Monday, December 28, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) through Monday, January 4, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8), you will receive twice the Stardust for winning fights and completing battle sets during the Master League, its Premier Cup, Master League Classic, and Holiday Cup.
Season 6 Rewards for GO Battle League
Start Pokémon, N apparel, Pikachu Libre, and the usual Stardust and Item prizes are among the GO Battle League Season 6 incentives.
The Pokémon you’ll meet are inspired by N’s seasonal squads from Pokémon Black and White Versions. In addition, players who achieve level 20 may meet the Legendary Pokémon, which is only accessible in five-star raids at the moment.
The Pokémon that you are sure to meet at each level are now as follows:
- Various Ranks: As you advance through the ranks, you will undoubtedly meet several first companion Pokémon found in various locations.
- Rank 16: You will almost certainly come across Chespin. There’s also a possibility you’ll run across it on the rewards courses for higher levels!
- Rank 17: You will almost certainly come across Fennekin. There’s also a possibility you’ll run across it on the rewards courses for higher levels!
- Rank 18: You will almost certainly come across Froakie. There’s also a possibility you’ll run across it on the rewards courses for higher levels!
- Rank 20: You will almost certainly meet a surprise Pokémon in the second part of Season 6.
- Legend Rank: You will almost certainly come across a Pikachu Libre. This is the only time throughout the season that you will be able to meet a Pikachu Libre.
We’ve put up a simple chart that shows the guaranteed encounters for each rank:
|Rank 20||Legendary in Tier 5 raids at that given time|
|Rank 24||Pikachu Libre|
Pikachu Libre, N’s Pose, and Legendary from PvP Pikachu Libre
Trainers who achieve level 10 will get the Pikachu Libre avatar goods as a prize. Trainers that achieve Legend level (3,000 Rating) will get avatar goods and a posture inspired by N, who originally appeared in Pokémon Black and White Versions.
The Pikachu Libre Pokémon encounter will return as a prize for trainers that reach the top and achieve the ‘Legend‘ level of 3,000 rating.
In addition, we now know that N (Natural Harmonia Gropius) from the main series Pokémon game Black and White is the featured position for Season 6.
It has been revealed that after trainers reach level 20, they will have the opportunity to get Legendary Pokémon that are accessible at the moment, which will be highlighted as a prize for winning fights.
The Holiday Cup will take place on Monday, December 28, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) and will end on Monday, January 4, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8).
Trainers are only allowed to employ Normal, Grass, Electric, Ice, Flying, and Ghost type Pokémon with less than 1500 CP in the Holiday Cup.
The double Stardust incentive for finishing sets in GO Battle League will begin on December 28th and will last until January 4th.
This is a fantastic method to get some additional stardust, particularly if you’re working your way up to level 44, which needs 100,000 stardust.
The Master League, Premier Cup, and Master League Classic will also take place from Monday, December 28, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8) through Monday, January 4, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT 8). Only Pokémon that have not been upgraded with Candy XL are permitted in the Master League Classic.
Niantic has stated that Pokémon that have been upgraded using Candy XL, i.e. any Pokémon over level 40, would be ineligible for Master League Classic. This is done to make things more equitable for individuals who do not have the money or levels to power up their Pokémon to this level.
This may change in the future, but with the level limit just recently removed, the bulk of the player population will be unable to power up their Pokémon.
The dates and times of upcoming events are subject to change. To keep up to date, follow us on social media, sign up for push alerts, and subscribe to our emails. Check out this help centre page for the most up-to-date information about in-game events and feature changes.
We’re not sure what these new Attack Updates will include; it might be fresh new Pokémon GO moves or a whole new Attack mechanism; either way, this is great news for PvP and its devoted community.
Niantic recommends that you follow them on social media to keep up to speed on any news or information that is published.
As we can see, these modifications are a significant addition to the game and, as a result, have a more competitive feel to them. Will you be competing for the title in Season 6?
We’d love to know what you’re most enthusiastic about and what strategies/tactics you’ll use to reach the top in the comments!
Trainers, best of luck in Season 6 of the GO Battle League!