This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
Pokémon Go's seven-day Research Breakthrough Rewards for the month has been updated again. Beginning November 1, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST (GMT −8), the Research Breakthrough Reward is Togetic, the Happiness Pokémon.
Also, the Halloween Event, which featured many new Pokémon and limited-edition costume Pokémon, will end soon on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. PST (GMT −8). Now is the time to secure them.
Togetic is a dual-type Fairy/Flying Pokémon that appeared in the main Pokémon Gold and Silver. It has a form that looks like its neck has grown out of the pre-evolution Togepy, which is very revealing and popular in terms of character.
After evolving with Sinnoh Stone, it becomes Togekiss, which looks like a smile stuck to a full-winged plane. With a maximum CP of over 3,000 and a Fairy type, it can be used as a counter to the Dragon and Fighting types that are fierce in the top GO Battle League.
Its implementation in Pokémon Go is old, and the shiny one has already been added, but since it's a family that doesn't appear often except for events, you'll want to secure a few of them this month, especially if you want to train them for battle.
The real-life Halloween is over, but the Pokémon GO Halloween 2020 event lasts just a bit longer until November 3, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. PST (GMT −8).
During this event, a number of limited and first-ever additions to the Pokémon lineup will appear, including Galarian Yamask and the evolved Runerigus, which made its first appearance in special Halloween-only research; Spiritomb, which includes the shiny one for the first time; "Cursed" Gengar wearing Mega Banette costume; and Sableye wearing Litwick costume, among others.
Pikachu wearing Mimikyu costume, which first appeared on Halloween last year, is also making a modest reappearance. You have until tomorrow if you want to secure an overlooked Pokémon or efficiently save up Mega Gengar Energy to evolve into Mega Gengar.
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