Quick Answer: How high can you Power Up in Pokemon go?

Can I get to level 40 Pokemon go?

A casual Pokemon Go player who spends 1-2 hours per week playing Pokemon Go will reach Level 40 in 2 or 3 Years and that’s with all the x2 and/or x3 XP events.

What Pokémon should I power to level 50?

Best Pokémon to power up beyond L40 for Great and Ultra League

Pokémon League Level
Lickitung Normal Great 50 50.5 (BB)
Bastiodon RockSteel Great 50
Sableye DarkGhost Great 49.5
Registeel Steel Ultra 50 (51 – BB)

When should I power up Pokemon go?

Don’t bother powering up your Pokemon until you reach Trainer Level 20 at the very least. That’s the point when it starts getting much harder to level up your trainer. (You need 25,000 XP to go from level 19 to 20, but 50,000 XP to get to level 21 and 75,000 XP for level 22.)

Do you still get XP after level 40?

Reaching level 40 takes a lot of XP (20,000,000 XP to be exact) but as long as you play consistently, you’ll get there eventually. That’s not changing, but to Go Beyond level 40 is a lot more difficult.

Is Mewtwo worth powering up?

Yes. It is worth powering up. The worst possible Mewtwo will have an attack stat of 310 (300 base + 10 IV), which is higher than anything else currently available in the game.

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Can you mega evolve a level 50 Pokémon?

Matthew confirmed that you will be able to Mega evolve your existing Pokémon. This is very exciting news, as there were a ton of theories that swirled around that suggested that you would have to catch Mega Evolved Pokémon from raids or researches.

Should I evolve first or power up?

Should you evolve first, or power up first? Evolve first, power up second. It’s tempting to power up first, because instant gratification is instant, but it’ll cost you less Stardust in the long run to evolve and the strategically power up only your best or favorite Pokémon.

Should you max out CP before evolving?

Since CP increases from power ups are also proportional across evolutions, you’ll get the same results for the same amount of stardust and candies whether you power up the Pokemon before or after evolving it. It should make no difference at all.

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