Niantic also announced that trainers participating in the Wayfarer system will be eligible for a new badge starting today! You have announced that any Wayfarer agreements you earn while your profile is in green will count in the badge. Congratulations on the Insta Gold! Tbh it could have been a higher lil, like 5000 chords. This is very exciting, as Pokémon Go Wayfarer users have been asking for badges in Pokémon Go since Wayfarer has been here. Entry agents have had a badge for some time, which dates back to when the system was just Ingrees and was called Operation Portal Recon. If you are already participating in Wayfarer, all your current agreements will also be applied retroactively to the badge. So all your hard work will count! Doesn`t seem to count agreements correctly. Don`t you see the point of a medal without rewards in the game? The medals are somehow irrelevant. A new badge called Wayfarer has been added to Pokemon Go to reward eligible Wayfarers for their work. Wayfarer will credit legitimate Pokémon GO players with the number of deals they received, while their Wayfinder profile rating was in good condition (green). Contract points are rewarded retroactively for all evaluations made. An agreement is if you vote positive or negative in favour of an appointment and the majority agrees with your vote. Badges are awarded for 50, 500 and 1,000 contracts. The images for the badges leaked not so long ago.
If you are excited and want to try to check, you can access the Wayfarer system here. Given that the Pokemon Go Wayfarer badge hasn`t been officially announced – there`s not a word from Niantic, Nintendo or The Pokemon Company at the time of writing – it`s unclear exactly how players will unlock the in-game reward. However, due to its name, we can speculate on the feature that the badge will almost certainly associate. No details on the number of chords required for each badge level. They can follow the same pattern they used for entry badges, or they can go with a completely different set of requirements. .