Pokemon Go welcomed recently a special “Go Tour” that features the beautiful region Kanto. The limited-time event comes with Timed Research and other festive bonuses.
Trainers get the chance to meet Pokemon’s original 151 monsters via the new Kanto Celebration. Such news is genuinely intriguing, and even if we don’t see new Pokemon, we still got something to celebrate! The Kanto Celebration is free-to-play, but the Go Tour: Kanto requires buying a ticket.
Here is everything you need to know.
Research Challenges and Rewards
The new Kanto Celebration comes with special Timed Research challenges, including four stages.
You can find the Timed Research in the “Today” tab. Remember that you can complete the challenges until February 27, 8:00 PM Local Time.
Here are all the challenges and rewards:
- Power up Pokemon 5 times: Paras;
- Catch 20 Pokemon: Rhyhorn;
- Transfer 6 Pokemon: Geodude.
All the challenges will bring you Onix, 40 Venusuar Mega Energy, and 3 Razz Berries.
- Catch 20 Pokemon: Koffing;
- Defeat 3 Team GO Rocket Grunts: Ekans;
- Catch 2 Shadow Pokemon: Drowzee.
Completing all the challenges will grant you 40 Charizard Mega Energy, Grimer, 1000 XP.
- Catch 25 Pokemon: Tentacool;
- Catch 20 Water-type Pokemon: Shellder;
- Take a picture of a Water-type Pokemon: Staryu.
All the challenges will offer you 40 Blastoise Mega Energy, Omanyte, 3 Pinap Berries.
- Catch 25 Pokemon: Eevee;
- Power up Pokemon 10 times: Porygon;
- Send 3 gifts to friends: Jynx.
Completing the challenges will bring you 1 Rare Candy, Aerodactyl, and 2500 XP.
All the Kanto Pokemon are now in their Shiny forms. The chances for all the Reward Encounters to be Shiny are pretty much high.
Remember that the Kanto Celebration doesn’t offer access to Pokemon Go’s first Masterwork Research, “All-in-One 151.”
Also, even if this Rimed Research is a paid one, there are many perks worth considering! Everything will end this week on February 27, 8:00 PM Local Time. So, hurry up and complete all the tasks.
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