So finally, Pokemon Go reveals the next pokemon for their June 2021 community day. The featured Pokemon this time will be a Ground and Dragon-type pokemon name Gible. Gible is Gen IV pokemon, also called the Land Shark Pokemon. Gible has 3 stages of evolution; it evolves into Gabite, then further into Garchomp.
Let’s talk about when the event will be live and what you will get at this event.
I. Date and Time of the Event
Pokemon Go June Community Day 2021 will start on Sunday, June 6, from 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. in your local time zone.
II. Features of the Event
- Gible will appear more in the wild, and if you are lucky, you catch a Shiny Gible.
- When you evolve Gible into Gabite and further Gabite into Garchomp during the event, or after 2 hours of the event, Garchomp will know the attack Earth Power.
- Niantic also said take snapshots for more surprise so take snapshots to see whats that surprise is.
- An event-exclusive event box in the game shop for 1280 Pokecoins will contain 50 ultra balls, five incense, five lucky eggs, and an elite charged TM.
- For Rupees 70-74, you will be able to access the Gible Community Day exclusive research story “Just a Nibble” in the game shop. (Tickets are non-refundable)
III. Bonus in this Event
- If you catch any pokemon, you will get 3x Catch XP. It will also help you to level up fast in Pokemon Go.
- Incense will last for three hours if you activate them during event time.
That’s all we know right now, Be safe and Follow us for more details.
IV. About Pokemon Go
Pokémon Go is a 2016 virtual reality mobile game for iOS and Android devices produced and released by Niantic in cooperation with Nintendo and The Pokémon Group. The game is a partnership between Niantic, Nintendo, and The Pokémon Company, and it is part of the Pokémon franchise.
It makes use of GPS-enabled mobile devices to locate, capture, train, and battle virtual creatures known as Pokémon that appear to be in the player’s real-world location. The game is free to play and encourages in-app purchases for extra in-game items. It operates on a freemium business model with local advertisements. The game began with around 150 Pokémon species, which had grown to over 200 by the end of 2020.