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Pokemon Go Fest 2018 to Bring the Alolan Forms of Diglett and Geodude

The second Pokemon Go Fest is going live on July 14-15, 2018 in Chicago’s Lincoln Park, and only those who hold a pass will be able to enter. Those without tickets won’t be able to see any Pokemon or PokeStops in Lincoln Park.

In addition, Niantic and Pokemon Go will be hosting a worldwide event, meaning that everyone will be able to participate and get a ‘sniff’ of the PoGo Fest 2018’s spirit.

There will be a lot of things happening during these two days, so let’s see what’s confirmed and what’s rumored so far.

PoGo Fest 2018 Confirmed Events

  • Trapinch, Feebas, and other Pokemon featured in the habitats of Pokémon GO Fest will appear more frequently all over the world during that weekend;
  • Plusle and Minun, will also appear more frequently worldwide as Trainers complete themed Field Research tasks. Catching Plusle and Minun will result in bonus Stardust, and lucky Trainers might even discover their Shiny versions;
  • That weekend Alolan Diglett and Alolan Geodude will be appearing globally for the first time in Pokemon Go;
  • Professor Willow’s Global Challenge – Worldwide event and players have to complete Field Research tasks;
  • New Special Research (possible Celebi).

PoGo Fest 2018 Rumors

  • Unown event – C E L E B I
  • Torkoal event

Good luck to those who already got their tickets and will be part of the great event. The rest, roll up your sleeves and let’s get ready to win that ULTRA bonus!

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