Once a month, Pokemon Go players are encouraged to meet up in local parks.
Pokemon Go players have clamored for more things to do in between major events, and this seems like a good first step. Community Days will be worldwide events and to take part, you'll just have to head outside to your local park. Not only does it bring together players, but it allows them to catch special Pokemon.
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The reward for your troubles (and social investment) will be a Pokemon that knows an exclusive move - this could give you the edge in a battle, so you'll want to keep a close eye on it (and perhaps don't turn it into candy at the drop of a hat). In addition, there will be bonuses granted to all players during the few hours that the Pokemon is available to be caught. Having built two AR game communities, Niantic certainly knows this and is launching a new monthly event for Pokemon Go called Community Day. Also, as mentioned earlier, other bonuses will be in effect during the event, including increased XP or Stardust, as well as Lure Modules activated during the event, which will last for three hours.
The first Community Day will take place on January 20th and it will star Pikachu.
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What better way to kick off the Pokemon Go Community Day than to feature the beloved mascot Pikachu.
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