Following the announcement that the Pokemon Masters team would be working to improve various aspects of the game, they’ve swiftly followed this up with a more detailed roadmap that covers the next six months, which we’ll breakdown for you here.
In November players can expect to see reward adjustments. Specifically, they’re looking to improve the rewards players will receive for all future events. Arguably, this newer reward system is already in place with the latest Evolution Rally providing players with more substantial login bonuses during the event.
They went into more particular details about the reward changes saying that the rewards available in the Exchange Items menu will increase in all future training events. The number of non-paid gems given out each month will increase – though they didn’t say by how much though there will be a special login bonus for the first week of November.
3-star and 4-star Power-Ups, which can improve the potential level of your Pokemon will also be added to the Exchange Items menu during story events. And finally, Courses and Supercourses will receive additional rewards for beating them on the Very Hard difficulty setting.
In December they’re looking to do some adjustments to the battle design alongside looking to add events that you can obtain Sync Pairs through instead of the usual item and XP rewards players receive now. These improvements also hope to address device temperature while playing the game, co-op battle pacing, battery consumption and load times.
In January they’re planning to expand the way that players can strengthen their sync pairs. In particular, they’re going to look at different ways they can make the current training system more in-depth. Additionally, the January changes promise to revamp the training events to make them more fun to do.
February’s update looks to be a fairly straightforward one with new single-player content heading to the game. How much single-player content will be added to the game wasn’t specified, however.
Finally, March will celebrate the sixth anniversary of Pokemon Masters. Alongside promising a ‘quality celebration experience’ this will also see story events altered to better highlight the bonds between trainer and Pokemon.