April 17, 2020

An April 2020 Message from Pokémon Masters Producers Yu Sasaki and Tetsuya Iguchi

Two of the game’s creators share info about Pokémon Eggs, a legendary event featuring Ho-Oh, and sync orb adjustments.

The producers of Pokémon Masters, Yu Sasaki and Tetsuya Iguchi, have a message to share with players about new features and events, including the debut of Pokémon Eggs, the Legendary Pokémon Ho-Oh, and new plans for sync orbs. Read up on some of the highlights below, then visit the Pokémon Masters official site for more details.


Pokémon Eggs

Pokémon Eggs make their first appearance on Pasio! You'll be able to select an Egg of your own that will hatch into Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle, and then that Pokémon will become your partner Pokémon. But this is just the start—more Eggs featuring more Pokémon are coming in future updates.


Legendary Event

The next legendary event will feature not only the mighty Ho-Oh but also new features that will enhance the way you earn rewards. The new Prize Box feature lets you collect prize coins from the event that allow you to get items and advance through the event.

You'll also be able to use an item called a reward boost ticket, which lets you boost the rewards of a battle before it starts. Previously, there was only one reward boost per battle each day, but now you can boost the same battle as many times as you want if you have enough tickets.

There will also be a special item available as an event reward during this legendary event. This item will let you power up a 5★ strike sync pair.


Sync Orb Adjustments

In late April, sync orbs will be easier to obtain thanks to a couple adjustments to the game. You will be able to get more co-op sync orbs from events, and there also will be opportunities to get sync orbs outside of battle. With these changes, sync orbs for specific sync pairs will become only obtainable in fixed quantities as rewards.





This is just a portion of Mr. Sasaki and Mr. Iguchi's full message. Remember, you can read their entire message by launching your Pokémon Masters game or by visiting the Pokémon Masters official site. Thanks for playing, and have fun!

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