Pokémon Go: Is getting an evolution-themed event, highlighting Shiny Burmy

Pokémon Go will have its first Evolution Event beginning on Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. ET.

The event will highlight Pokémon like Onix, Eevee, Roselia, and Burmy generating all the more as often as possible in the wild and in attacks. Pokémon with “unique evolutions” like Lickitung, Scyther, Togetic, and Ralts will likewise join attacks. Tyrogue, Feebas, Burmy, and Happiny will likewise bring forth out of two kilometer eggs all the more regularly.

There will likewise be event Field Research that prizes advancement things, which is apparently the most significant thing to occur during this occasion. In the event that people need Sinnoh or Unova Stones to develop their Pokémon, finishing undertakings give these stones as a prize will be significant. Advancement things will likewise be given as remunerations from attacks, so it merits spamming them on the off chance that they have save passes.

XP picked up by developing Pokémon will likewise be multiplied, and Lure Modules will most recent one hour rather than the standard 30 minutes.

Burmy will likewise be bringing forth in the wild Shiny just because. On the off chance that they can’t see the distinction in Shiny types of the Burmy and Wormadam, their bug bodies are marginally increasingly blue.

On Dec. 7 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in their neighborhood time, the Kanto starter Pokémon and their developments will bring forth in strikes and up to five extra Raid Passes will be offered out to players. In the event that regardless they don’t have a Venusaur, Charizard, or Blastoise, this is a decent opportunity to snatch them.

The entire event finishes on Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. ET.

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