One of the most interesting events in Pokemon Go is the upcoming Sustainability Week 2022 event that will start on April 20th, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. and will end on April 25th, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. local time.
What makes the Sustainability Week 2022 event special are the many rewards that Trainers will be getting during these few days and a new Pokemon debut (which is always exciting). The Pokemon that will be making its debut is the Sage Pokemon known as Oranguru, and together with it, we will see another Shiny Pokemon, Shiny Cherubi.
On April 23rd, 2022, Trainers will have the chance to complete a Timed Research, and each phase of it will feature an adventure of 1km after which Trainers will earn an encounter with Cherubi. The important thing is that for every Trainer that makes 5km, Niantic will be planting a tree (up to 100,000 trees). What a great way to help Mother Nature heal.
Another fun task that Sustainability Week 2022 will have is the Collection Challenge inspired by nature. If Trainers complete it, they will be getting a contribution to their Elite Collector medal, a Mossy Lure Module and 15 Great Balls. The only requirement is to catch both Gloom and Weepinbell, which will be appearing in the game (during this event) through a Mossy Lure Module.
As wild encounters during the event, Trainers will see Oddish, Grimer, Turtwig, Grotle, Cherubi, Trubbish, Ferroseed, Oranguru, Venusaur and Phantump. Joining the 7km Egg pool will be Alolan Diglett, Larvitar, Cherubi and Oranguru.
Pokemon attracted more to Mossy Lure Modules will be Gloom, Weepinbell, Chikorita, Grotle, Cherubi, Sewaddle, Alolan Diglett, Bellossom and Nincada. As new Field Research task encounters Pokemon such as Turtwig, Cherubi, Snivy, Trubbish, Chespin and Phantump will be featured throughout the event. There will be certain Field Research tasks that will give Mega Venusaur Energy or Mega Abomasnow Energy as rewards upon completion.
Last but not least, there will be free bundles during the event days and a 2x bonus XP from spinning a PokeStop for the first time.
Interesting, isn’t it? What do you think about the event? Will you participate in it?