You can challenge Ho-Oh from May 19 to June 7.
Pokémon Go Fest 2018: A Walk in the Park. A unique and new Pokémon Go experience in the city’s historic Lincoln Park.
Pokémon Go events in Europe, North America and even Japan.
The event has been pushed to May 26 due to bad weather.
For Australian players.
A brand-new set of Field Research tasks focusing on Flying- and Electric-type Pokémon.
Several actions at Gyms will yield bonuses, including a 2× Badge multiplier, so you can receive even more benefits at a Gym you visit frequently.
Aspect ratios and UI are now optimized for larger screens such as iPhone X and Samsung 8.
The Nearby Pokémon indicator now prioritizes Pokémon that are not registered to your Pokédex and are at PokéStops near you.
The winner ended up being Episode by Pocket Gems.
So that's a project they worked on with Wieden + Kennedy.
What’s more, certain Pokémon such as Aerodactyl and Snorlax will be featured in Raid Battles across the world.
A Pokémon Go Earth Day initiative.
On May 8, the Eon Pokémon will switch locations and will be available until June 5, so all Trainers will have the opportunity to catch both powerful Pokémon.
"Although the 8-bit graphics are just a little prank, we’ll be keeping them live until April 7."
Time to make Professor Willow proud.
Pokémon that normally hatch from 5 km or 10 km Eggs, such as Wynaut or Ralts, will be found in 2 km Eggs until the event ends.
Facebook and a couple of fixes.
Just like on the Switch.
You can challenge Lugia, which will know the newly improved Flying-type move Sky Attack.