news tip Pokémon GO: It’s time for Season GO! Pokémon GO Fest, bonuses, eggs… All the info
It’s time for a new era for Pokémon GO players: Now that Alola Season is over, it’s time for Season GO to win. Without further ado, discover all the events and Pokémon that you will be able to encounter during the next three months!
Everything you need to know about Pokémon GO Season GO
Starting Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 10 a.m. (local time), Season GO takes over in Pokémon GO until Thursday, September 1, 2022 at 10 a.m. (local time)! After touring the islands with the Alola Season, it’s time to go on an adventure with the Pokemon GO Fest. This weekend, either June 4 and 5, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (local time)all players – whether they have a ticket or not – will be able to unlock rewards, earn bonuses, catch a bunch of Pokemon, and more. But the events do not stop there, since Pokémon GO Fest will be exported face-to-face in Berlin, Sapporo, and Seattle all summer long!
In addition, the season will be punctuated by Community Days which will take place once a month until September, and this from June 25 ! Of the Featured Hours will also spice up the month of June, at the rate of one featured Pokémon per week.
Until Thursday, September 1, budding trainers will be able to benefit from a whole host of season bonus. For the next three months, Decoy Module activation time will be 60 minutes, and Incense effectiveness will be increased while walking. Players will be able to get gifts for sure by spinning the PokéStops, but also 1 additional special exchange per day. In addition, trainers will be entitled to 1 extra candyas well as 1 XL candy guaranteed by making trades. And finally, the damage inflicted by Pokémon participating in remote raids will be increased, as will those related to friendship bonuses in raids!
Also note that the level required to earn XL Bonbons has been changed to benefit more players. From now on, you will be able to collect XL Candies from level 31!
Pokémon GO Season GO Encounters
From June 1, 2022 at 10 a.m. (local time)you can find the following Pokémon in natureand with a bit of luck, you might come across the chromatic form of many of them :