Major news affects ALL trainers as Niantic drop new Monster hint

Eloi Lecerf
Junho 9, 2017

Niantic also announces several real-world events for Pokemon GO.

The first of the events will begin during E3 Expo on June 13.

Pokemon GO is celebrating a whole year of letting smartphone owners become seasoned Pokemon trainers, as well as hitting 750 million downloads, with a massive festival that includes events both in and out of the game. Get ready for an action-packed couple of months! As such, the developers have made a decision to host the Solstice Event starting June 13. This in-game event will feature Fire-type and Ice-type Pokémon, huge XP bonuses for throwing Poké Balls accurately, and discounted Lucky Eggs in the in-game shop. Details on this have yet to be revealed, and in preparation for this, gyms will be temporarily disabled.

"Pokemon Go" is releasing a massive update this summer, and as confirmed by Niantic, it will bring some of the most requested features into the game.

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This was all thanks to TeamEvolution, a very titular source of Pokemon GO leaks. Details are now scarce but Niantic is promising "the chance to meet fellow players and engage in a variety of activities" and "a ton of exciting festivities".

First off, the game is holding its first official live meetup July 22nd in Chicago's Grant Park, and you'll need a ticket, which will go on sale June 19th. According to Niantic's post on Reddit, those who will violate the game's Terms of Service "may have their gameplay affected and may not be able to see all the Pokémon around them". If you don't happen to be planning a trip to Chicago for then, a "Pikachu Outbreak" event is happening in Yokohama, Japan in August - hopefully these Pikachu don't have Deflating Pikachu Syndrome - and Unibail-Rodamco shopping centres across Europe will be hosting events as well.

Keep an eye on and our Pokemon GO social media channels for the latest news and updates surrounding the exciting features and events coming your way.

It appears that the exclamation mark is being shown in the Pokemon Go image, which is not yet available for fans to catch.

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