‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: New Mystery Event Happening Before Thanksgiving? More Details Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 16, 2016 07:02 PM EST
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Thanksgiving is coming up soon and many “Pokemon Go” players are expectedly eager to see what Niantic has up its sleeves. The belief of another in-game event similar to Halloween is expected and much of that could be out in the open next week.

As mentioned in a previous post, all eyes are on Nov. 24 – the day of Thanksgiving. Going with the theme of the Holiday on "Pokemon Go", Pokemon types like PsyDuck, Spearow, Fearow, and Golduck are expected to be the ones spawning more than usual.

Aside from that, bumps on earned XP and Stardust will most likely be included plus a whole lot more. However, the "POkemong Go" mystery event could very well kick off on Nov. 23, a day before Thanksgiving. All this start over at three regions in Japan which could hint at something similar at other regions, Slash Gear reported.

This somehow calls to mind a previous post tackling the recent roll-out of Lapras in "Pokemon Go". The rare has been appearing in select areas over at Japan in what is deemed as Niantic’s way of helping out tourism in areas affected by the 2011 Tsunami.

With the moves of Niantic, such is seen as a positive note to seeing more development in other regions. Most may not be announced but the thing is “Pokemon Go” may eventually change lives in a different kind of way.

The mystery event tied up to “Pokemon Go” may not be as big as Halloween but all that should change in a couple of weeks. Most players are expecting something huge from Niantic this Christmas and all that could roll out by mid-December.

Goodies and increased “Pokemon Go” spawns are expected, led by Pikachu and possibly some rare pocket monsters who have not been steadily seen in the open. “Pokemon Go” players should be in for quite a treat from Thanksgiving all the way to Christmas.

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