All Pokémon fans get ready as Pokémon Go the event is about to happen soon. While the Pokémon Go is ready to celebrate the Sinnoh region in a completely new event. That will see Gen 4 Pokémon appear more frequently in nature.
Firstly, the Instructors will also have the opportunity to catch two new Bright Pokémon making their debut in Pokémon Go, as well as many other things, including new field research, changes in the egg group and much more. Sounds so exciting! Plus, if you’re looking to make the most of the Pokémon Go Celebration Sinnoh event, here’s everything you need to know, including the start time to what to expect in this event. So, let’s dig in!
To celebrate the Sinnoh region, a special event will be held with Pokémon of the fourth generation in Pokémon Go begins Friday, February 7 at 8 a.m. to Monday, February 10 at 10 p.m. local time. Secondly, the event presents field research tasks, and some of them deliver Sinnoh Stones, an element of evolution necessary to evolve many of the strongest Pokémon in the region.
In addition, Pokémon like Budew, Combee, Bronzor, Gible, Riolu, Hippopotas and Mantyke will hatch seven-kilometer eggs. Niantic’s announcement points out that only the Pokémon in the Sinnoh region will come out of these eggs, so this is probably the best chance to get a rare find, such as Gible or Riolu. While the exciting thing is that Hippopotas and Riolu also appear in the game Shiny for the first time.
There will be new research tasks that will be activated when the Sinnoh event begins. Niantic confirmed on the official Pokémon Go blog that Sinnoh Stones will be the reward for at least one task. Here is an updated list of confirmed research assignments for the Sinnoh event:
- Catch five Kricketot – Combee
- Win a raid – Hippopotas
- Evolve a Pokémon using a Sinnoh Stone – Cranidos
- Weft five eggs – Sinnoh Stone
Catch five Turtwig, Chimnchar or Piplup – Stardust (x1000). All 7km eggs during the Sinnoh celebration event will hatch only Pokémon Gen 4. The official Pokémon Go blog confirmed that the following Pokémon will hatch more frequently in the last change in the Egg Reserve. Lastly, the Sinnoh Stones can be collected more easily through research tasks during the event. Coaches may want to stock up on them to evolve the following Pokémon:
- Roselia -> Roserade
- Kirlia (man) -> Gallade
- Snorunt (woman) -> Froslass
- Dusclops -> Dusknoir
- Magneton -> Magnezone
- Piloswine -> Mamoswine
What do you think of the next Pokémon Go Sinnoh event? What is your favorite Gen 4 Pokémon? Stay tuned to our page for more updates.