When it became clear Pokémon Go Fest 2020 could not happen in the way previous Go Fest events had, Niantic chose to re-imagine its biggest event of the year into a global, 100% virtual event. Despite a few technical hiccups, Go Fest was a huge success and highlights how Niantic could make its events going forward more accessible.
While Niantic has long been committed to diversity, the events of the past few weeks have pushed CEO John Hanke and senior executives to strive harder. Here's how this company is committing to be a force for good in the world.
Pokémon Go's 41st Community Day will feature Swablu, the Cotton Bird Pokémon. On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Trainers will have six hours to catch as many as they can and evolve Altaria with the Community Day exclusive move, Moonblast.
Mega Abomasnow is coming back to Pokémon Go starting March 16. This promises to be a challenging Raid, but we here at iMore have everything you need to know to beat it and score lots of Mega Abomasnow Energy so you can Mega Evolve your own!