We again bring you an interesting compilation related to one of the most outstanding games in the mobile market. In this case we speak of Pokémon GO and its Stars of Evolution event.
Concretely, we were able to learn that the compilation of the details of the next event has already been published by Niantic Evolution Stars. You have it below:
You can evolve and grow with your Pokémon in all kinds of ways in Pokémon GO, and it’s time to celebrate with a new event: Evolution Stars!
The star of the event is Cosmoem, the Protostar Pokémon, which will make its debut in Pokémon GO! There will also be an evolution-focused field research and collection challenge to earn evolution items. Read on for more details!
From Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. to Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. local time
Follow the Season of Light!
Follow Cosmog’s story during the Season of Light! A new part of the Special Research will be unlocked during the Stars of Evolution event: complete it to take the next step in your stellar adventure with Cosmog.
Cosmoem will make its debut in Pokémon GO.
Trainers will be able to evolve Cosmog into Cosmoem using 25 Cosmog Candy. And don’t worry about evolving your unique Cosmog, rumor has it that Trainers will have the opportunity to encounter more Cosmogs in the distant future.
Mega-Gyarados Raid Day
Saturday, October 8, 2022, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time
Raid Daily Bonus
- Mega Gyarados will appear more frequently in raids.
- You can receive up to five additional Raid Passes by spinning Photo Discs at Gyms.
- There will be more chances to meet Shiny Gyarados.
The following Pokémon will appear more frequently in the wild.
The following Pokémon will appear in raids.
Field Research Task Meetings
Complete Field Research to earn Stardust, Evolution Items, and Mega Energy.
Evolution Collection Challenges
Get ready for four collection challenges focused on the evolution of Pokémon! Complete the challenges to receive evolution items.
- Pokémon must be 1500 CP or less to participate.
- Only Pokemon that have evolved at least once and can do so again will be allowed.
Always pay attention to your surroundings and follow local health authority regulations when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events will be subject to change. Don’t forget to follow us on social networks, activate the reception of push notifications and subscribe to our emails to stay informed.
—Pokémon GO team
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