In future winter-themed events (via Eurogamer), PokémonGo will add new Pokémon, team raids, egg incubators, cosmetics, research missions, and Shadow Pokémon to the game.
From December 24, 2019 to January 1, 2020, Niantic will ship a large amount of winter food to PokémonGo. There are a lot of things to cover up, so make sure you sit comfortably, and maybe have a hot drink with your feet by the fire. First, there will be holiday-themed outfits and accessories for holiday coaches, such as Stantler sweatshirts and red and white beanies. These peas match the peas that Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu will wear, and players will be able to find these happy little animals in eggs, field research missions, and Raids, respectively. In addition, Stantler wearing a jingle bell was also found during the egg and raid operations, and it was also possible that there was Shiny.
Ice pack Pokémon, such as Sneasel, Snorunt, and Snover, pop out more frequently in the wild. Snover has a chance to become Shiny, and Delibird is back in town as a timed exclusive product. In addition, 5th-generation Cubchoo and Cryogonal will be launched. Cubchoo will wander through the world, but Cryogonal can only be found on Poké Stops with glacial bait. The Rockets will hire new Shadow Pokémon, including Shadow Delibird. Is Shadow Delibird essentially Pokémon Krampus? Let me know what you think.
But that's not all. When spinning PokéStop, trainers will get a free egg incubator every day, and players will be able to open and give their friends double gifts. You can only open up to 40 gifts, and you can only store up to 20 gifts. It's this season. In addition, the capture and transfer of candy will double between December 24 and December 25. Between December 26 and December 27, stardust catches will double. The fishing experience value will double from December 28 to December 29. Finally, between December 30 and January 1, the hatching distance of eggs will be halved.
Almost alright! On December 28th, the Winter Weekend event will offer "Leggs Raid" and two additional Raid Passes from the Rotating Gym: these are only available for Winter Weekend events. It starts at 11 a.m. in the local time zone and ends at 7 p.m., so there is plenty of time to catch the Iceberg Pokémon, and the ice bait will last two hours during the event. If the player evolved Eve with a glacial bait during the event, they will get a glacial river that knows the "last resort" of the charge attack.
fin. Pokémon Go is now available on iOS and Android devices.