NIANTIC presents Peridot: let's find out what it is!



by LORENZO CIOTTI

NIANTIC presents Peridot: let's find out what it is!

After Pokemon GO, NIANTIC presented a new augmented reality game: Peridot! In this game you will have to interact with cute colorful creatures, the Peridots, taking care of them, feeding them, and taking them for a walk and even making them procreate.

Peridots are millennial creatures that have been dormant for centuries trying to survive, which are awakened for a new life in the company of human friends. The Peridot are similar to a pet that therefore must be fed so as to make it grow healthy and loved, entertained with walks, games and cuddles, photographed and even accompanied to meet its fellowmen for friendships and also to cross the different varieties in search of those.

which are defined as archetypes to collect.

NIANTIC, meanwhile, presents Pokemon GO Sustainability Week

Pokémon GO brings with it news for the month of April! A new edition of the Sustainability Week, an event that is part of the environmental awareness campaign promoted by NIANTIC, will start at 10:00 on April 20, 2022 and will last until April 25.

For the occasion, the Alola Oranguru Pokemon will make its debut. This week, there will also be the first-time in-game release of Cherubi shiny. On the occasion of the Community Day on Saturday 23 April, for each coach who will cover at least 5 km, NIANTIC will plant a tree up to a maximum of 100,000 trees.

To encourage Trainers to grind as many kilometers as possible, a timed search will be active during Community Day, where each Coach will have to travel at least 1 km to advance to the next phase and meet Cherubi. During this week there will be the Collection Challenge where Trainers will have to capture Gloom and Weepinbell to earn points for the Champion Seeker Award, as well as a Wild Lure Module and 15 Mega Balls.

During the event, free event packs will be available in the shop that will contain a wild bait module. This will attract some Pokémon in particular, such as Weepinbell, Gloom, Chikorita, Grotle, Cherubi, and Sewaddle, as well as the color forms of Diglett from Alola, Bellossom, and Nincada.

As for field research activities, these will allow you to meet the following Pokémon: Turtwig, Cherubi, Snivy, Garbage, Chespin and Phantump. Additionally, completing Field Research tasks will earn you Mega Energy to evolve MegaVenusaur and MegaAbomasnow.