For Pokémon Go you not only regularly dust off free promo codes with various items, but also bundles that can be purchased for just one Poké coin in the in-game shop – and are therefore almost free. It is now clear which packages the developers will distribute to the players in February 2021. New bundles await you every week in February too. On February 1st, for example, you will receive a package with 20 Poké Balls, a remote raid pass and a Rocket Radar. From February 8th, you will be able to access a bundle that contains eight smokes, 16 raspberries and ten sanana berries.
A week later, on February 15th, a "free" bundle for Pokémon Go continues, which includes a remote raid pass, 20 Pokéballs, ten Superballs and five Hyperballs. On February 22nd, you'll access a bundle that contains 20 Pokéballs, a remote raid pass and five smoke. For just four Pokécoins, you'll get a number of items in February that you can use for your Pokémon Go adventures. By the way: The big Johto event is currently running in Pokémon Go.
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Until January 31st, monsters like endive, fiery hedgehog and karnimani appear more frequently in the wild than usual. Also hatch five-kilometer eggs for a chance at Pichu, Pii, Fluffeluff, Felino, Rabauz, Kussilla or Larvitar. You complete the collector's challenge around the Johto region by catching endive, fiery hedgehog, Karnimani, Mogelbaum, Sonnkern, Kramurx, Farbeagle, Miltank and Larvitar.
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