Pokémon: ‘Pokémon Go Summer Tour 2018 Concludes in Japan’

NintendObserverTrainers around the world will find an increased number of Wingull, including the possibility of encountering Shiny Wingull.

 

Pokémon Go Summer Tour 2018

 

 

Pokémon Go Summer Tour 2018

Pokémon GO Summer Tour 2018 Concludes in Japan

The Pokémon GO Safari Zone event in Yokosuka, Japan, is the final stop of Pokémon GO Summer Tour 2018.

 

August 30, 2018

 

Pokémon GO Summer Tour 2018 closes with an epic event in Yokosuka, Japan! Thousands of Pokémon GO fans will join the fun at the Pokémon GO Safari Zone event, where they can discover Pokémon not ordinarily seen in Japan. The five days of the Pokémon GO Safari Zone event are designed as a series of single-day experiences, with each attendee able to join for one of the five days (August 29 through September 2).

To celebrate the big finale, Trainers in Japan will be able to encounter several Pokémon, including Torchic and Feebas, more often. Trainers around the world will find an increased number of Wingull, including the possibility of encountering Shiny Wingull!

Professor Willow’s Global Challenge will take place on the weekend of September 1 and 2. Trainers can unlock incredible bonuses when they complete research tasks. Depending on how players around the world do at completing these challenges, additional Stardust will be awarded for catching Pokémon, hatching Eggs, and completing Raid Battles. Plus, Star Pieces will last for twice as long from 1 p.m. (PDT) on Monday, September 3, through 1 p.m. (PDT) on Monday, September 10. If every challenge is completed worldwide, Moltres will be exclusively available in Raid Battles everywhere for a three-hour period on Saturday, September 8. You might even encounter a Shiny Moltres!

 

Trainers in Japan—have fun exploring Yokosuka City in the Pokémon GO Safari Zone event. Trainers worldwide—look forward to more Wingull and the chance to encounter the Legendary Pokémon Moltres after the event concludes.

 

— Pokémon News
Source: Pokémon.

 

 

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