With the Go Beyond update and the numerous innovations in Pokémon Go, the festive season has now begun. This lasts until March 1, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. and comes with lots of themed events and Pokémon based on the season. We have an overview for you of what is now happening in the game of Niantic.
The festive season has begun in Pokémon Go, officially known as the Festive Season, and that means that all kinds of winter-related events await you in Niantic's Pocket Monster Collectible Game – as well as loads of new Pokémon that you can get in a variety of ways. The festive season lasts until March 1, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. local time and includes the following:
- In the festive season, the season of festivities, you can expect all kinds of in-game events that focus on the different regions of the Pokémon world, namely Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh, Einall and Kalos.
- Different Pokémon appear more frequently in the wild during the season. To do this, certain Pokémon appear based on whether you are in the northern or southern hemisphere.
- Various Pokémon hatch from eggs. Fukano and Wingull come from 2km eggs, and Puppance and Piccolente appear from the 5km eggs. As a possible reward, Sheinux moves to the 5km adventure sync egg and replaces Piccolente there. Jurob, Stollunior and Pygraulon no longer hatch from eggs.
- In the northern hemisphere, more Alola Sandan, Alola Vulpix, Jurob, Kapras, Teddiursa, the winter form of Sesokitz, and more appear during this time of year.
- In the southern hemisphere, more Arkani, Pottrott, Frizelbliz, Burmy, Flampion, the summer form of Sesokitz, and more appear during this time of year.
- In December 2020, only Mega Charizard X, Mega Gengar and Mega Rexblisar appear in the Mega Raids. Mega Pokémon will switch in January 2021.
- On December 12th and 13th, 2020 there will be the year-end Mega Community Day with all Pokémon that were the focus of the Community Days 2019 and 2020. More information will be published soon.
- The 6th season in the fighting league begins with the expansion of the ranks from 10 to 24 and new rewards.
- The Kalos Festival awaits you from December 2, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. local time, as more Pokémon from Generation 6 and the Kalos region appear in the wild, from eggs, and in raids. There is also exclusive field research and limited research. More details should be available soon.
We wish you a lot of fun with level 50 and with all the events! Remember, if you reach Level 40 before 12:00 AM on January 1, 2021, you will receive a special Limited Time Research and a Gyarados Hat!
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