A brand new month is simply across the nook, which suggests Pokemon Go gamers have one other Community Day to stay up for quickly. Developer Niantic has introduced the primary particulars on subsequent month’s occasion, which is scheduled to happen on Saturday, January 12, and can characteristic the ultimate Gen 2 starter Pokemon: Totodile.
Throughout the occasion, Totodile will spawn far more continuously within the wild than it usually does. Based on earlier Community Days, gamers may also presumably have an opportunity of discovering a Shiny Totodile in the course of the occasion, though Niantic has but to verify this.
Moreover, if gamers handle to evolve Totodile into its remaining kind, Feraligatr, as much as an hour after the Community Day ends, the Pokemon will know a particular event-exclusive transfer that it would not usually have the ability to study. Niantic has but to disclose what this transfer is, however it will likely be introduced nearer to the Community Day.
In addition to elevated Totodile spawns, Niantic will provide a few bonuses throughout January’s Community Day. First, Incubators will likely be 4 instances as efficient as regular, permitting you to hatch Eggs at 1 / 4 of the space they might usually require. On high of that, Lure modules will stay energetic for 3 hours, somewhat than their normal 30-minute length.
As traditional, January’s Community Day will solely run for 3 hours, and it kicks off at completely different instances relying on what a part of the world you reside in. You can discover the complete occasion schedule for every area under.
In the meantime, Pokemon Go’s third annual holiday event is now underway, bringing a handful of recent Gen 4 Pokemon like Bronzor, Snover, and Skorupi to the sport. Niantic can also be providing completely different bonuses in the course of the occasion each few days till it ends on January 2. On high of that, a new Gen 4 Legendary Pokemon, Heatran, has begun showing in Raid Battles around the globe.
Pokemon Go January 2019 Community Day Hours
The Americas and Greenland
- 11 AM – 2 PM PT
- 2 PM – 5 PM ET
Europe, Middle East, and Africa