Oh, I get it. They designed the habitats not with the goal of making them realistic, but rather to make them AR-friendly with the looks of the Pokémon.
NintendObserver’s select content on Pokémon Go Fest 2018: A Walk in the Park.
At least 180,000 Trainers participated in activities in the surrounding Chicago area, completing research tasks and catching rare Pokémon like Beldum and Feebas that briefly appeared throughout the world.
Event attendees walked an average of more than 6 kilometers, completing an average of 36 research tasks and catching an average of 350 Pokémon on July 14 and 15 in beautiful Lincoln Park.
Two years and still bringing people together.
Let's hope another big event will make it reappear again eventually.
Actually, at time of posting Zapdos Day should be on right now.
Pokémon Go Travel is back.
A rundown of this summer's Pokémon Go events from The Pokémon Company.
That didn't take long.
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.