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Pokemon Go Getting a Kanto Themed Event Tomorrow

11 April, 2018, 05:57 | Author: Lloyd Doyle
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This information came from username Chrales, who is usually known for finding new materials for the Pokemon Go on Reddit. For the next week, Pokemon Go will be swarming with more of the original 151 first-generation Pokemon, so if you're still missing some from your Pokedex, this is your chance to work to complete it.

Details have been unearthed by fans about new plans for the game that are set to go live later this week, as well as a new post from Niantic explaining what we've got in store this week.

The new Pokemon Go event is also providing players with a healthy amount of Candy from performing transfers and catches in the wild.

And, of course, there will be new event boxes available for purchase. Niantic says that the recent appearance of Mew has attracted many other Pokemon from the Kanto region too.

Along with increased Gen 1 spawns, players will get double candy for catching and transferring Pokemon to Professor Willow.

The next limited-time event for Pokémon Go begins this week, Niantic announced.

Two of those Pokémon will be Aerodactyl and Snorlax, which will stake out at gyms for players to face during Raid Battles.

"But I doubt it now, seeing as not all of the kanto shinies were added and a bunch of gen 2 was added at the same time".

"I doubt they'll be featured in an event or community day (and that'd take forever) so it makes sense that they might release less exciting ones in big batches. perhaps per generation".



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