Pokemon Go February Field Tasked Revealed

Pokemon Go February 2020 events

The month of February is here, and with it, new things are coming too like the new Pokemon Go events. This months’ new batch of Field Research tasks has been revealed. These are the tasks that can be obtained by spinning the Photo Disc at PokeStops, and when completed, you will get great rewards. These rewards that you get consists of things like Berries and Poke Balls. Furthermore, if you complete task each day will get a stamp as well.

When the player collects seven of them, they will achieve a Research Breakthrough, which will get you more rewards, like an encounter with a special Pokemon. In January, the Research Breakthrough reward was Lapras that knew Ice Beam or Ice Shard, but this month, players have a chance to catch a new Gen 5 Pokemon called Woobat. These Field Research tasks that can be obtained will randomly be drawn from a larger pool, which means there is a way you can tell what you will get.

Players can activate up to three Field Research tasks. They can even discard any that may be giving you trouble, and they can get different tasks from PokeStop. Furthermore, we suggest you complete these tasks as soon as possible because February is a very busy month that as a lot of events. This list of updated Pokemon Go’s Field Research tasks was first revealed by The Silph Road, who’s the guide you can see by clicking right here. Here are the February Field Research Tasks.

Pokemon Go February 2020 Field Research Tasks

• Catching Tasks

– Catch 5 Pokemon with Weather boost

Poliwag or Vulpix encounter; 200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

– Catch 10 Pokemon with Weather boost

500 Stardust, 6 Razz Berries, 2 Pinap Berries, or 5 Great Balls

– Catch 3 Flying-, Psychic-, or Dark-type Pokemon

Roselia encounter; 3 Rare Candies

– Catch seven different species of Flying-type Pokemon

3 Rare Candies

– Catch 5 Psychic-type Pokemon

Ralts encounter

– Catch 10 Pokemon

Magikarp encounter; 200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

– Catch 10 Normal-type Pokemon

500 Stardust, 6 Razz Berries, 2 Pinap Berries, or 5 Great Balls

– Use 5 Berries to help catch Pokemon

500 Stardust, 6 Razz Berries, 2 Pinap Berries, or 5 Great Balls

– Catch a Dragon-type Pokemon

Dratini encounter; 1,500 Stardust, 3 Rare Candies, 2 Gold Razz Berries, or 10 Ultra Balls

– Catch a Ditto

1,500 Stardust, 3 Rare Candies, 2 Gold Razz Berries, or 10 Ultra Balls

• Battling Tasks

– Defeat 3 Team Go Rocket Grunts

Espeon encounter

– Battle in a Raid

Umbreon encounter; 200 Stardust, 5 Nanab Berries, 5 Potions, or 2 Revives

– Battle in a Gym

Mankey encounter; 200 Stardust, 5 Nanab Berries, 5 Potions, or 2 Revives

– Battle another trainer

Merrill encounter

– Win a Gym battle

Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle encounter; 500 Stardust, 10 Nanab Berries, 3 Super Potions, or 4 Revives

– Battle in a Gym 5 times

Machop encounter; 500 Stardust, 10 Nanab Berries, 3 Super Potions, or 4 Revives

– Use a super-effective Charged Attack in a Gym battle

500 Stardust, 10 Nanab Berries, 3 Super Potions, or 4 Revives

– Use a super-effective Charged Attack in 7 Gym battles

Electabuzz encounter; 1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 3 Hyper Potions, 6 Revives, or 1 Max Revive

– Win 5 Raids

Aerodactyl encounter

Win a level 3 or higher Raid

Kabuto or Omanyte encounter; 1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 3 Hyper Potions, 6 Revives, or 1 Max Revive

– Win 3 Gym battles

Jynx encounter; 1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 3 Hyper Potions, 6 Revives, or 1 Max Revive

– Win a Raid

500 Stardust, 10 Nanab Berries, 3 Super Potions, or 4 Revives

– Win 3 Raids

1,500 Stardust, 3 Max Potions, 8 Revives, or 3 Max Revives

• Throwing Tasks

– Make 3 Great throws

Ghastly, Anorith, or Lileep encounter; 200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

– Make 5 Nice throws

Voltorb encounter; 200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

– Make 3 Nice throws in a row

500 Stardust, 2 Pinap Berries, 5 Great Balls, or 2 Ultra Balls

– Make 3 Great Throws in a row

Onix encounter; 1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 9 Razz Berries, 3 Pinap Berries, 10 Poke Balls, or 5 Ultra Balls

– Make 3 Great curveballs throws

1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 9 Razz Berries, 3 Pinap Berries, 10 Poke Balls, or 5 Ultra Balls

– Make 3 Great curveball throws in a row

1,500 Stardust, 3 Rare Candies, 2 Gold Razz Berries, or 10 Ultra Balls

– Make 5 Great curveball throws in a row

Spinda encounter

– Make an Excellent throw

500 Stardust, 2 Pinap Berries, 5 Great Balls, or 2 Ultra Balls

– Make 3 Excellent Throws in a row

Larvitar encounter

– Make five curveball throws in a row

500 Stardust, 6 Razz Berries, 2 Pinap Berries, or 5 Great Balls

– Make 2 Nice curveball throws in a row

200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

• Hatching Tasks

– Hatch an Egg

Exeggcute encounter; 200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, or 5 Poke Balls

– Hatch 3 Eggs

Magmar encounter; 1,000 Stardust, 1 Rare Candy, 9 Razz Berries, 3 Pinap Berries, 10 Poke Balls, or 5 Ultra Balls

– Hatch 4 Eggs

Alolan Vulpix encounter

– Hatch 5 Eggs

Chansey encounter

• Misc. Tasks

– Transfer 5 Pokemon

Clefairy encounter

– Trade a Pokemon

Alolan Meowth encounter

– Evolve a Pokemon

Jigglypuff or Eevee encounter

– Power up Pokemon 5 times

Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle encounter

– Send 10 Gifts to friends

Pikachu encounter

– Spin 10 PokeStops or Gyms

200 Stardust, 3 Razz Berries, 1 Pinap Berry, 5 Silver Pinap Berries, or 5 Poke Balls

• Buddy Tasks

– Take a Snapshot of your Buddy

Zubat encounter

– Earn 5 Hearts with your Buddy

Feebas encounter

These are all of the field research tasks that are that you can do. All of them have pretty good rewards which make them worth doing. Pokemon Go is getting bigger and bigger each day. The player base is increasing, and it is also making a lot of money. It is, without a doubt, one of the best as well as the biggest mobile game of all time. It can even Pubg Mobile a run for its money too. Recently, it was revealed by the Devs that in the month of February, there are a lot of events coming, and fans are excited about it. Once again, thanks to Silph Road for providing such a detailed guide.

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