From bonuses to encountering Gen 4 Pokemon, Pokemon GO Winter Event 2018 adds it all.
The Christmas Holiday Season has officially started for all the Pokemon fans because the Pokemon Go developer Niantic has officially made the announcement of the Pokémon GO Winter Event 2018. This special winter event will be the third annual holiday event that will be kicking off from next week i.e. 18th of December, 2018.
This Pokemon Go Winter Event will cover the month of December with various fun activities like Double Catch Stardust, 1/2 Egg Hatch and many more which are mentioned below in the event table.
The Pokemon go holiday event 2018 dates include the event initiation from 18th of December, 2018 to 2nd of January 2019 which is exactly what a gamer can ask for. To be honest, it seems like December is a month full of international events and to keep up with these events feel free to take a look at the News section of MobileAppDaily.
This Pokemon GO news includes many ice-types pokemon as well, in the spirit of winter pokemon holiday theme. Some of them are Jynx, Spheal, Delibird, Sneasel, Swinub, Snorunt, and Snover who will be making an appearance in this legendary Pokemon go announcement.
Along with this events list for the Pokemon GO, many may notice that there has been no mention of Croagunk, Chingling, or the legendary lake trio i.e. Uxie, Azelf, and Mesprit. But the interesting part is that each of those Pokemon has appeared in the official promo image which is quite intriguing for the fans.
This upcoming Pokemon Go game event will start next week at 1 PM PST on Tuesday, 18th December and will also have some extra bonuses that will last all the way till New Year i.e. 2nd January 2019. This winter holiday is highly recommended for those who are looking forward to some new gen 4 Pokemon.
We hope that you have a happy bird hunting in the next couple of days but don't forget to save your extra ones for the option of double transfer candy.
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