At the end of February 2020, the developers of Pokémon Go announced the psycho-spectacle at the end of March – and apparently the event with Monozyto and Mollimorba should also take place from March 27, 2020 despite the corona crisis, but possibly not to the full extent originally planned. We have summarized the information available so far for you.
In theory, the psycho-spectacle starts in Pokémon Go on March 27, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. local time – as it was announced by the makers of the game at the end of February 2020. However, with the corona crisis currently dominating the world and restricting players, it is not yet known whether the event surrounding the introduction of the new Gen 5 Pokémon Monozyto and Mollimorba will take place as originally planned or will be adapted by the people at Niantic. The event is undoubtedly still planned, because on March 25, 2020 the people of Pokémon Go published a teaser on the introduction of Mollimorba.
Below we give you an overview in key points about the individual features of the psycho-spectacle. As soon as it is known whether the event will run as originally planned or have been adapted by the developers, we will inform you about it. The original plan looks like this:
- Duration of the psycho spectacle in Pokémon Go: 03/27/2020 from 08:00 a.m. to 03/30/2020 at 10:00 p.m.
- The All-purpose Pokémon appears during the day Monocyto
- The All-purpose Pokémon appears in the evening Mollimorba
- Both appear in the wilderness at the end of the event and hatch from 5km eggs
- Psycho-Pokémon often hatch from 2km eggs: Abra, Traumato, Trasla, Spoink, Puppance, Isso, Tanhel, Mollimorba, Monozyto
- Shiny Puppance can be caught by you
- Psycho-Pokémon appear more often in raids and in the wild
- There is research around the psycho spectacle
Around 11:00 p.m. of our time on March 26, 2020, there should be the first reports from players from New Zealand and Australia on how the event actually comes into play. We will let you know in a timely manner.
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