This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
Pokémon Go has announced that fans will vote on the Pokémon that will be generated in large numbers during its Community Day event in September and October.
The four candidate Pokémon are Porygon, Caterpie, Grimer, or Charmander. Details, including how to vote, will be announced in the future.
Community Day is Pokémon Go's monthly event. The main content of the day is that certain Pokémon are generated in large numbers during a certain period of time and that Pokémon are evolved to learn special moves.
Recently, special paid research has been added for participating trainers for about 120 yen, and it has become customary for them to get candy, evolutionary forms, and items if they purchase them as options.
An attempt to determine the featured Pokémon for Community Day by voting has been in the works since February 2020. Voting methods have been explored, such as making the achievement of in-game field research one vote and choosing from the candidates on the official Pokémon GO Twitter page.
If there are two of the top four Pokémon, Porygon and Charmander would be the leading candidates based on general popularity and in-game performance, as well as color differences and Mega Evolution expectations, but the voting method for September and October has not yet been announced. Depending on how to vote, there could be an uprising of Bug Pokemon enthusiast forces or the militant Grimerist group all at once.
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