Pokémon GO: Mega Evolutions will be able to fight in GO Battle Day!



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Pokémon GO: Mega Evolutions will be able to fight in GO Battle Day!

NIANTIC has announced that Mega Evolutions will be available for one day only during PVP in the GO Battle League Master League, during GO Battle Day! GO Battle Day will take place from midnight to 11:59 pm local time on Sunday May 29, 2022.

Pokémon will go mega-evolved before challenges. During the event, the maximum number of playable sets will increase from 5 to 20, for a total of 100 fights. In addition, you will receive four times the amount of stardust.

The following end-of-set avatar rewards will also be available: Trainers who complete a set in any level during GO Battle Day will receive the Iridium Pants avatar item
Trainers who have already received the Gladion Pants avatar item as a level 20 reward will not receive another We remind you that on this date the Mega League and the Ultra League will also be active, where however it will not be possible to make a mega-evolved Pokémon fight.

Meanwhile NIANTIC has revealed the Community Day dates for the next three months. NIANTIC, Pokémon GO site, said the next Community Day, or that of June, will be held on Saturday 25 June 2022, which will be followed by that of Sunday 17 July 2022 and Saturday 13 August 2022: "The last Community Day of the Alola season is now over, so it's time to reveal the dates for next season's Community Day.

Stay tuned for next season's announcement on the blog and find out more about the Community Day of Alola. June and much more. " At the moment Niantic hasn't revealed any other details about these Community Days, not even the Pokémon that will be the protagonists.

Officially announced on September 15, 2015, the game was initially released on July 6, 2016 in Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.

Given the overhead created on their servers by resource demands related to that distribution, Niantic CEO John Hanke stated that publishing in other geographies would be postponed until Niantic was comfortable with resolving all technical issues.

The activity resumed on 13 July in Germany, in the United Kingdom on 14 July and in Italy, Spain and Portugal on 15 July. July 16 was the day of distribution in various other European countries and the day after that in Canada.

The launch in Japan was initially announced for July 20 but was instead postponed to July 22, as the sponsorship of McDonald's and the launch site of the app had been advertised without the sponsor's knowledge. By the end of July the game was also released in France and Hong Kong, while in August the game arrived in South America, as well as the rest of Asia and Oceania.

Pokémon Go has been banned in Saudi Arabia, Iran, and China.