The Pokemon Go Christmas Event Will Start Soon — Here’s All You Need to Know

It’s time for holiday events in Pokemon Go. Your very first chance to upgrade starts on Monday, the 16th of December. It will all start with some Pokemon eggs. The company stated that you could expect different Pokemons to hatch from Eggs.

What will the Pokemon Go Christmas event bring?

You’re probably asking yourself which are the Pokemon, which will be found in the Eggs. Well, you need to incubate some of the eggs and find out. The event rolls out Generation 5 Pokemon. We are talking about the Pokemon from the Unova Region, which were initially released in Pokemon White and Pokemon Black.

In September 2019, we got to see the first 45 Pokemon from Gen 5, and then some more a few months after. For December, we got Beartic, Cubchoo, Cryogonal, and, for its first time ever: its 5-star Pokemon Gym Raid Boss, Virizion. Virizion will make its appearance from Tuesday, the 17th of December, at 1:00 p.m, to Tuesday, the 7th of January 2020, at 1:00 p.m.

With the 20th of December, we will also get Lugia and Ho-Oh in 5-star raids. This will last until the 23rd of December, at 1:00 p.m. the event series starts on Tuesday, the 24th of December 2019, at 12 a.m, which will continue until the 1st of January 2020, at 11:59 p.m. local time zone.

More about the Pokemon Go Christmas event

You will find in the Pokemon eggs Pokemon, which usually does not appear in these eggs, such as Pichu, wearing a beanie, Alolan Sandshrew, Stantler, wearing bells, Alolan Vulpix. There are also many other Pokemon, which usually do not appear, such as Cubchoo, Shiny Snover, Shiny Stantler, Cryogonal, Beartic.

There will also be a special Pokemon Go event on the 28th of December only, from 11:00 a.m. To 7:00 p.m, local time zone. During this special event, we will get Regice in 5-star raids, particular Glacial Lure Eevee evolution, 2-hour Glacial Lure Module duration, and two more Raid Passes.

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

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