Pokemon Go introduced that its subsequent Community Day occasion could be a particular two day mini-event, which has many gamers questioning whether or not the sport is on the point of add some “Gen 4” Pokemon.
Earlier in the present day, Pokemon Go introduced that its August Community Day mini-event will happen on each August 11th and August 12th and can characteristic the Pokemon Eevee. Eevee will spawn in mass portions for 3 hours on each days and gamers will get some additional Stardust for each Pokemon they catch throughout the mini-event.
This is the primary time that Pokemon Go‘s Community Day occasion has lasted greater than someday. It additionally has many followers questioning if this shall be how Pokemon Go formally begins bringing within the “Gen 4” Pokemon first launched in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl.
Last night time, Pokemon Go teased the pending arrival of the brand new “Gen 4” Pokemon with a promo artwork that confirmed a number of new Pokemon interacting with present Pokemon within the sport. Eevee beneficial properties two new evolutions in “Gen 4” in Leafeon and Glaceon and followers are questioning whetherplayers might set off these evolutions throughout the Community Day occasion.
After all, advanced Pokemon normally get some kind of particular transfer throughout the occasion and Eevee could be sophisticated as a consequence of its present 5 varieties within the sport. What if Pokemon Go as a substitute assured that Eevee advanced throughout one Community Day would flip into Leafeon and people advanced on the second a part of the Community Day occasion would evolve into Glaceon.
Of course, that is all simply hypothesis. It’s potential that Pokemon Go is solely increasing Community Day to 2 days to answer complaints from gamers who need to work throughout the three hour window by which the occasion normally takes place.
August’s Community Day will happen on August 11th and August 12th. The Community Day instances are as follows:
Asia, Australia: 12pm to 3pm JST
Europe, Middle East, Africa, India: 10am to 1pm GMT
North America, South America and Greenland: 2pm to 5pm EST