The countdown to Pokemon GO Tour: Kanto is almost over and the event is set to go live in a little over a week. This ticketed event is nearly as exciting as the annual PoGO Fest for many players and there are some incredible rewards up for grabs for players who are going to put in the work to complete Special Research on February 20.
A ton of additional news about Pokemon GO Tour: Kanto dropped yesterday, including confirmation that players would be able to earn an encounter with Shiny Mew. Shiny Mythical Pokemon are very rare in the mobile AR game, so obviously this is big news for the many players who are striving towards that elusive complete shiny dex.
Trainers are going to have to work very hard in order to qualify for that shiny Mew encounter though. First off, they are going to need to complete the main Kanto Special Research storyline and unlock all of its rewards. Once that is finished, those players will then gain access to a second event-exclusive Special Research line, which will ultimately lead to the shiny Mew encounter...
The new Masterwork Research is a very exciting edition and players are likely eager to find out just how challenging it will be and if there will be a time limit on it. Early rumors suggest that one of the requirements to complete the Masterwork Research includes hitting level 40, so that is definitely a pretty tough requirement, even for players who have been casually active in the game since its launch. The grind to the old max level is no joke and can take tons of hours to complete.
In the coming days, a lot of additional details about the exact requirements for each Special Research should be confirmed, so players can learn what will be required and start planning ahead of time. Trainers should be sure to mark their calendars for the big event now and get ready for an exciting day when February 20 arrives. Be sure to check back in the near future for more Pokemon GO strategy guides, news, and updates. Until then, good luck out there, trainers!
In early January Pokemon GO launched a new event feature called Collection Challenges and it seems like the new mechanic is here to stay. The upcoming Valentine's Day 2021 event is going to feature yet another Collection Challenge, seemingly confirming that the recurring feature should be expected with most events going forward.
The Valentine's Day 2021 event is a bit more exciting than the usual V-Day holiday in the mobile AR game. In some previous Pokemon GO Valentine's Day there was little more than a couple of special red or pink spawns. This time around there's a more extensive list of bonuses and even some special Battle Raid bosses appearing.
One of the primary features of the Valentine's Day festivities is going to be the Collection Challenge. This is a fairly tough one and is going to involve partaking in at least a handful of Legendary Battle Raids, so players should be sure to get their counter rosters and Raid Passes ready to go.
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