Recently in a blog post by Pokemon Go, they revealed the upcoming summer event called Pokemon Go Fest 2021. They schedule this summer event for July. It is a two-day global event from July 17 to July 18.
Pokemon Go Fest takes place in specific Cities of the World, but this event was held online last year because of Covid-19 worldwide. Just like the previous year, players can buy an in-game ticket from the shop for Pokemon Go Fest, and they could play this event sitting at home. The Pokemon Go Fest event will be a virtual event because Niantic has said this event will be a global event in their blog post. Niantic didn’t share much details about the event; instead asked the players to wait and see it yourself.
This event is going to be Huge. They said in their blog that,
“2021 marks both the twenty-fifth anniversary of Pokémon and the fifth anniversary of Pokémon GO, so trust us when we say you won’t want to miss Pokémon GO Fest 2021!”Pokemon Go in Blog Post
Official Pokemon Go Twitter account also posted a tweet saying,
” We can’t wait to show you what’s in store.”Pokemon Go on Twitter
There are some musical notes in the promotional picture. So, we think this year’s event we feature a musical theme event.
In last year’s Pokemon Go Fest, Players take part in challenges to earn a chance to encounter Victini, a legendary Pokémon. Niantic didn’t say much about which pokemon will feature this year in Pokemon Go Fest 2021. Niantic said after the 2020 festival that the Pokémon Go Fest 2020 was a massive success, with millions of trainers in 124 countries and regions catching nearly a billion pokémon in total.
That’s all we know about Pokemon Go Fest 2021. Stay tuned and follow us for more details on Pokemon Go Fest 2021.
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.