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Curious glitch between Giratina and Tiranitar when using Shadow Strike in Pokémon GO

Curious news for fans of Pokémon GO and this time, although it was not a controversial decision by Nianticis related to the operation of the popular application. An issue with the move Shadow Strike has triggered a peculiar battle between a Giratina and a Tyranitar.. You have to remember that Shadow Strike is a exclusive movement of high-powered Giratina that can deal a lot of damage thanks to its 120 base power pointsso it is a very good option to defeat other Pokémon.

The bad part about this is that while this move is very good, it has been discovered that it can cause certain errors in the game. Twitter user Genkiwataken has shared a clip of a very particular gym combat. This clip would later be shared on Reddit, sparking numerous opinions about the event.

Shadow Force completely breaks gym battle (video from twitter@genkiwastaken)
by u/Pokeradar in TheSilphRoad

The clip shows Giratina y Tyranitar in a strange interaction after Giratina used the move Shadow Strike. Both Pokémon they changed their position and even defied physics, as if they had really gone to the fearsome Distortion World. The curious thing about this event is that other users reported seeing the same error when also using the move Shadow Strike. Several people also claimed that A similar error can occur when using the move Equine Force.

Has something similar happened to you while playing Pokémon GO? Do you think Niantic will give a solution? We read you in the comments.

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