Pokemon GO Valentine’s Day Event: 6 Hour Lures, More Rare Pokemon For Everyone
Niantic has announced its Valentine's Day event for Pokemon GO and it's something which players should not miss at all.
The Pokemon GO Valentine's Day Event Goes Live Today - Will You Start Playing the Game Once More?
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we couldn’t think of a sweeter time to double the amount of Candy you’ll earn every time you catch, hatch, and transfer Pokémon. Your Buddy Pokémon is also getting into the Valentine’s Day spirit and will find Candy twice as fast!
Throughout the celebration, you’ll notice that Chansey, Clefable, and many other adorable pink Pokémon will be encountered more frequently in the wild. Cleffa, Igglybuff, and Smoochum will also be more likely to hatch from Eggs. And to help you paint your town pink this Valentine’s Day, Lure Modules will last for six hours for the entire duration of the event.
This limited-time celebration will only be available from 11:00 A.M. PST on February 8, 2017, to 11:00 A.M. PST on February 15, 2017, so grab your valentine, get out, and explore the world around you!
If you were looking for a good incentive to dive back into the world of Pokemon GO, then Niantic has just given you multiple reasons to do so. Kicking things off is double the candy for everyone when you 'catch, hatch and transfer' a Pokemon. Furthermore, if you have assigned yourself a Buddy Pokemon, you will be pleased to learn that your companion will find candy twice as fast than it usually does. Also, there are a bunch of rare Pokemon in the wild as well, that can be caught much easily now, thanks to the event. Last, but not the least, the Lure Module now works for a whopping six hours straight.
Pokemon GO is free to download and play, with in-app purchases in certain corners available to those who are looking to enhance their gameplay even further. If you haven't played the game yet, or are planning to do so soon, then hit the links below to get started.
Quite frankly, this is a great way to lure people back into the game. But it remains to be seen how many people actually jump back into the game's fence due to this event.
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