All pokemon fans rejoice! Niantic has announced that the next Pokemon Go Community Day will be celebrated on May 24 from 10 am to 5 pm local time. Last month, Pokemon Go Celebrated Abra Community Day took place, and this time it will feature Seedot, the Acorn pokemon!
During this 6 hour event, you will find more Seedot in the wild than usual. If you are lucky enough, you may find a Shiny Seedot. Furthermore, if you evolve a Nuzleaf during the event, or before two hours, Shiftry will know the Bullet Seed attack.
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Like the Abra Community day, players will also be able to purchase a Special Research story called “Seeing Double for $1” or the equivalent pricing in your local currency. Players must follow Professor Willow as he learns about Seedot and its evolutions Nuzleaf and Shiftry. Upon completion, you can earn three incense, five Golden Razz Berries, and other rewards.
During the event, there will also be a few bonuses too. Players will receive 3× Catch XP as the usual catch experience, while incense activated during the event will last for 3 hours.
Finally, a Buddy Pokemon that has reached the level of Great Buddy or higher will regularly fetch items such as Poke Balls throughout the day.
May Community Day bundle is available from the shop, too, as a one-time-purchase. The bundle contains Elite Fast TM, 30 Ultra Balls, three incense, and three Lucky Eggs. The cost of the pack remains unknown.
The Abra version was priced at 1,280 PokéCoins, so this will likely have a similar price tag.
Pokemon GO Community Day Livestream
Now, most of us are stuck at home due to the pandemic. So to entertain their fans on the Seedot community day, Niantic will be hosting its first-ever 24-hour Community Day Livestream. You catch the live action on the Pokemon Go’s English YouTube channel anytime between Saturday, May 23 at 6:00 pm to Sunday, May 24 6:00 pm PDT (GMT −7) to watch Seedot and other Pokémon play in the wild. During the event, players can jump into a discussion in the comments.
This live stream can also be seen as an addition to the Play from Home features introduced in Pokemon Go by the developers, where users get rewarded for not going out too often.