One of the most anticipated events of the year, in one of our favorite games the Pokemon Go is upon us, and it’s time to go outside and catch some Pocket-monsters.
But, guys be extremely careful while going outside and make sure you follow proper COVID rules and maintain social distance.
Pokémon GO is one of the few games where we have to go outside to play a virtual game, and with summer finally here, the developers of the game have finally brought forth Community Day!
So, here’s what to look forward to in Pokémon GO’s April 2021 Community Day.
This month’s Pokémon GO Community Day will begin on April 11th at 11:00 AM local time and run until 5:00 PM. During the event, any Pokémon you catch will net you three times as much Stardust as usual, and any incense activated will last a whopping three hours.
But, that’s not the end of it, there are plenty of neat things also available for you to purchase. For 1,280 PokéCoins, you can purchase the Community Day box, which contains 50 Ultra Balls, four-Star Pieces, four Mossy Lure Modules, and an Elite Charged TM.
For a $1 (or local currency equivalent) spend, you can also gain access to the Community Day-exclusive Field Research Task, Snivy in the Sunshine.
So, the three main stars of the Community Day for April, are the grass snake Pokémon’s, Snivy, Servine, and Serperior. And for that reason, the spawn rates for Snivy in the wild will be heavily boosted, and you might get your hands on a shiny Snivy as well fellas.
And, if you can evolve a Snivy into Servine and that Servine into Serperior while the event is going, it’ll automatically learn the powerful Grass-type move Frenzy Plant. Oh, it’s going to be a hell of a blast to people.
But, for those who don’t manage to get their hands on enough candies, don’t fret, because you can still get a Serperior with Frenzy Plant for up to two hours after the event concludes.
So, make sure to keep your schedule empty on the next Sunday, and get ready to hunt some grass snake Pokémon.
Note: the world is facing imminent threat from the second wave of COVID virus, so stay safe and make sure you follow proper procedures to protect yourself and people around you.