Pokemon Go Cheater ‘Completes Game’ And Reveals How It Ends


Given how obsessed with Pokemon Go the world has become, it was only a matter of time until someone reached the maximum level possible on the augmented reality game.

And if you are wondering what that level is it is 40, and you will also hit 5,000,000 XP in the process.

The figure was revealed on Reddit by one user along with what you are rewarded with – but of course there was a sting in the tail as he explained he cheated…


_problemz said:

Its over. First of all i want you to tell that i was using a Bot. Obviously. I don´t want to tell you how to use a bot and won´t answer anything related to that.

I just want to thank the pokemondev community for a great work. And a special thanks to FeroxRev for delivering such a wonderful API. Chapeau!

And the reward for hitting the highest level? 40 Ultraballs, 40 Razz Berries, four Incenses, four Lucky Eggs, four Lure Models, and four egg incubators…


According to an edit made to the post on Reddit _problemz has been inundated with offers to buy the account, but as a true Poke-gent he will not sell or use his account to ruin the fun of others.

He said:

Also, and this is really important for me to let you know: I didn´t fight in Gyms. And i won´t do it. I dont want to take anyone the fun of this game. I find it disrespectful and disgusting to profiling with that. If you do PVP (no matter which game) play legit or don’t play.

I purely went for XP/h. Nothing else. I used a total of 131 Eggs ( 5x 25 Pack – and i think 6 from leveling)

I am going to write Niantic to delete my Account. Please don´t ask me for Data or to buy it. Thank you…Edit2: Please stop asking me to sell the account – I will get this account deleted as soon as possible – buy something else with the money you offer me… really …

Fair play.

So the mystery for now is over, but the beauty of mobile gaming is the ability for developers to update them – so by the time someone completes it genuinely hopefully they will have more to show than a bulging list of redundant items.