Pokemon Go is having all Pink Pokemon spawned all around the Pokemon Go Town. Niantic is yet to announce anything in proportion to support this as a new valentine event. Last year Pokemon Go celebrated Valentine’s Day celebrations were available from February 8th to February 15th, and it included it’s own special bonuses. Last year ahead of Valentine’s Day, developers, and Niantic has released details of its latest Pokémon Go update.Trainers earned double the amount of Candy every time they catch, hatch and transfer Pokémon.
This year there has been no such announcement made yet although, trainers around the world are reporting spawn of PINK Pokemon. One trainer uploaded a picture of him surrounded by bunch of Pink Pokemon which includes Slowpoke, Luvdisca, and Corsola.
This Pink event will spaw all PINK Pokemon from Generation 1, Generation 2 and, Generation 3.
Earlier data miners at Silph Road found that the game‘s latest update contained everything Niantic needs to get some single-player story quests into the game, opening the door to new assignments from Professor Willow, and confrontations with Team Rocket or whatever else the developers desire. As Pokemon Go is already seen Pink spawns I guess it’s a right time to launch this feature to integrate it with new Event/Quest.
An event is an ideal time to debut quests: they give people a reason to engage with the game even if they’re already loaded up on pink Pokémon. They offer a little bit of structure and time pressure to get people playing during the runtime. As well as mitigating the problem where the event ends basically as soon as you catch whatever special Pokémon is offered. It also gives the writers some content to work with. Or maybe we’ll have to collect a bunch of Luvdisc’s so that Willow can confess his love for Spark or something like that. And an event is especially useful for debuting a new feature because people might be showing up to play regardless if they’re after a Chansey.
Quests are something this game has needed badly since launch, and I’m glad to see them — probably — making their arrival soon. As always, however, we’ll wait until we actually see a feature to make a judgment.
Last year ahead of Valentine’s Day, developers, Niantic has released details of its latest Pokémon Go update.Trainers earned double the amount of Candy every time they catch, hatch, and transfer Pokémon.In particular, this meant a Buddy Pokémon will find Candy twice as fast, Pokemon like Chansey, Clefable, and “many other adorable pink Pokémon” were encountered more frequently in the wild. And Cleffa, Igglybuff, and Smoochum were being hatched from eggs, and to help players paint their town pink during Valentine’s Day. Lure Modules lasted for six hours for the entire duration of the event.
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