Pokémon GO confirms the electric Recharge event with Tynamo, Mega-Manectric and Thundurus Totem Form as protagonists
We bring good news for the players of Pokémon GO . It seems that Niantic continues to prepare new events for its successful application, as confirmed in its official blog.
Today we have learned details about several of them with more data, specifically the event Reload and its bonuses planned from March 16. We leave you with the data offered:
Charge the battery and get going : Electric-type Pokémon will soon take center stage during the first Recharge Event! Similar to previous events like PsychoShow and Let’s Go! This event will focus on catching, evolving, and empowering Pokémon of a single type. In this case, the Electric.
Date and time
From Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. to Monday, March 22, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. ( local time)
- Electric-type Pokémon, such as Geodude from Alola, Voltorb, Electrike, Stunfisk, and many more will appear more frequently in the wild. But stay tuned also to Tynamo, who will debut in Pokémon GO.
- The following Electric-type Pokémon will emerge from hatching 5 km Eggs: Pichu, Elekid, Electrike, Shinx, Joltik, Tynamo, and Stunfisk.
- With the event’s exclusive Field Research Tasks, you’ll get Poké Balls, Ampharos Mega Energy, Manectric Mega Energy, encounters with Electric-type Pokémon, and more.
- There will be a temporary Research focused on evolving and empowering Electric-type Pokémon!
The following Pokémon will spawn in raids. Voltorb, Shinx, Blitzle, Klink and Tynamo will appear in one-star raids. Alolan Raichu, Alolan Graveler, Magneton, and Ampharos will appear in the three-star raids. Thundurus Totem Form will appear for the first time in five-star raids. Mega-evolved Manectric. , also known as Mega-Manectric, will debut in Pokémon GO Mega Raids! Mega-Houndoom and Mega-Abomasnow will also appear in Mega Raids at this time.
- You will have a higher chance of receiving Evolution Items when you open gifts for the duration of the event!
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– Pokémon GO Team
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