The Pokémon Go Valentines event will run from Sunday, February 14 through Thursday, February 18, 2021. Munna and Musharna will be making their Pokémon Go debut, Shiny Feebas will be boosted, and Gardevoir or Gallade evolved during the event will know Synchronoise. Read ahead for more details.
The Pokémon Go Lunar New Year event is almost here and Niantic just dropped the details. Red Pokémon, Pokémon themed around the Chinese Zodiac, Tauros, and Mega Gyarados will all be featured starting Tuesday, February 9, 2021.
February is going to be a really big month in Pokémon Go and we have all the details. With eight Legendary Raids, new Mega Raids, Spotlight Hours, the Year of the Ox, the Team GO Rocket Celebration Event, and the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event, Trainers will be kept very busy. New one PokéCoin bundles and quality of life updates are also on the way.
The Team GO Rocket Celebration Event is almost here and Niantic has just dropped the details. Beginning February 2, 2021, Team GO Rocket will be taking over Pokémon Go again and it's up to you to stop them!
Pokémon Go will feature Timed Research with Team GO Rocket and a Ho-Oh who knows Earthquake beginning Tuesday, January 26. Sneasal will also be featured in a day event on January 30. Complete enough research and you can capture both Ho-Oh and a Shiny Sneasal.
Mega Ampharos Mega Raids are now live in Pokémon Go. To celebrate, Trainers can enjoy an Incense Day event on Sunday, January 24, 2021 from 11 AM to 5 PM local time, during which Dragon and Electric type Pokémon will be lured with Incense.
As we get closer to the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event, Niantic announces the next region spotlight: Hoenn. From Tuesday, January 19 through Sunday, January 24, 2021, Trainers will be able to catch lots of Pokémon from the Hoenn region, complete Timed and Field research, and earn tons of rewards.