Christmas Event Confirmed!!! Enjoy Christmas!!! :)

Niantic just released information regarding the Christmas event!

As the year draws to a close, we want to give you a great way to celebrate the end of the year with Pokémon GO. For the next couple of weeks, you’ll have even more reason to explore the world with your friends and family while you enjoy our year-end event.

For the next couple of weeks, we should see an increase hatch rate for the baby Pokemon, Pokestops will reward a single use Incubator on your first spin of the day, and you will have a greater chance of finding eggs. The special Pikachus will be around a bit longer as well. The event will start on Christmas Day!

On December 30th in the afternoon up until January 8th, starter Pokemon and their evolutions will have an increased spawn rate. Lure modules will also last an hour instead of 30 minutes within this time period.

Nothing was said over being given presents, I wouldn’t expect much more from the event as this seems to be all they planned. Though it isn’t the greatest, We should all be able to get all the starting Pokemon!

Here is Nianatic original announce!!!

Trainers,

As the year draws to a close, we want to give you a great way to celebrate the end of the year with Pokémon GO. For the next couple of weeks, you’ll have even more reason to explore the world with your friends and family while you enjoy our year-end event.

Don’t miss out on an increased chance to hatch a Togepi (and other Pokémon)! Starting the morning of December 25, 2016, and through the afternoon of January 3, 2017 (PST), PokéStops will award one single-use Incubator each day after your first Photo Disc spin. As you visit PokéStops during this time period, there will be a greater chance of finding Eggs that hatch Togepi, Pichu, and several other recently found Pokémon, originally discovered in the Johto region. Special Pikachu wearing festive hats will also be staying around a bit longer! You are more likely to find these limited-edition Pikachu during the time period of this celebration.

In addition, from the afternoon of December 30, 2016, through the afternoon of January 8, 2017 (PST), the first partner Pokémon and their Evolutions, originally discovered in the Kanto region, are more likely to be encountered. This means a greater chance to catch Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur, as well as Charmander, Charmeleon, and Charizard, plus Squirtle, Wartortle, and Blastoise! As a way to increase your chance to encounter one of these Pokémon, Lure Modules will also last for 60 minutes instead of 30 minutes.

Get up and go!
—The Pokémon GO team

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