Another week, another Pokémon GO event, this one usually 10 days after a finish of a final one, a weed type-focused Worldwide Bloom. It’s called “Adventure Week,” and it’s not tied to any specific holiday anywhere in a world. Niantic just introduced it in a blog post that highlights that players have walked a (rather arbitrary) 15.8 billion kilometers. In that “adventure spirit” they came adult with this new event, that will run from May 18th by May 25th, and it focuses on stone form Pokémon with a few other combined bonuses.
Here’s what to design from this new event, according to a new listing:
– Discounted, 50% off Pokeballs in a store
– Players will get some-more equipment per PokeStop
– Buddy Pokémon now find candy 4x faster
– There’s a new habit item, a Explorer’s Hat, accessible for free
– The eventuality will see increasing spawns of stone form Pokémon, and a essay privately mentions Omanyte, Kabuto and Aerodactyl
What’s transparent is that this is a “real” event, not a micro-event like a Worldwide Bloom that arrived with weed forms and flattering many no other bonuses over a prolonged weekend run. Here, this is many some-more like a normal eventuality we’ve come to design from Pokémon GO, and a friend stretch multiplier alone is unequivocally a reason for players to uncover up, as in my view, that’s utterly literally one of a many profitable eventuality bonuses a diversion offers, given how targeted a friend complement is for evolving/upgrading specific Pokémon.
I’m wondering if a biome emanate will be bound with this event, since for a Worldwide Bloom, while some areas were swimming with weed types, here in Chicago, a civic sourroundings hardly saw a disproportion in spawns, and a same was presumably loyal of other city/desert biomes. It would be a bummer if this was also a box this time.
Like some past events, this one seems focused on removing players Pokémon that might be singular ones they’ve been blank for a while. Aerodactyl is one of a rarest Pokémon in a game, and many players might not have found adequate Omanyte or Kabuto to conform their evolutions nonetheless either. But those are distant from a usually stone forms in Gen 1 and Gen 2. Here are all a stone forms that might seem in this event. It does contend “rock types” not “ground types” that are indeed opposite in Pokémon, so I’m not including those (though some are both).
- Sudowudo (wait, really? Apparently)
Those final 3 got my attention, as Tyranitar is now one of a many absolute Pokémon in a game, and this is radically Gen 2’s homogeneous of increasing Dratini spawns, if Larvitar and a evolutions do uncover adult some-more mostly for this event.
So far, this looks like a flattering plain eventuality with good bonuses and a array of sought-after Pokémon to find. We’ll know what spawns demeanour like on Thursday, though until then, start stocking adult on supplies. More information to come.