There’s not much time left until the first Pokémon Go Community Day of 2019, so let’s take a look at everything that we need to know about it.
When does Pokémon Go Community Day January take place
Everyone who participates in the Pokémon Go Community Day will be able to enjoy certain benefits. Compared to the November Community Day, the one from January will not offer as many bonuses, but there are still lots of things to look forward to. Fans will have the opportunity to enjoy all the exclusive bonuses during the limited event. So make sure to mark the day on your calendar if you want to take advantage of in-game bonuses and all kinds of rewards.
The Pokémon Go Community Day January 2019 starts on 12th of January and compared to other such events in the past, this one will only last for three hours. The exact time of the event depends on the region you are in. Take a look below for more details:
- The Americas and Greenland: January 12 – 11 am to 2 pm PST / 2 pm to 5 pm EST
- Europe, Middle East, Africa, India: January 12 – 10 am to 1 pm BST / 11 am to 2 pm CET
- Asia – Pacific: January 13 – 12 pm to 3 pm JST
What to expect from Pokémon Go Community Day January?
During this event, fans will have the chance to catch only one featured Pokémon – one that they will definitely be happy to have. The featured Pokémon is Totodile and you will have three hours available to catch as many of them as possible.
When it comes to the bonuses available throughout the Pokémon Go Community Day this month, there will be two specific bonuses for players: 3-Hour Lures and 1/4 Egg Hatch Distance. The 3-Hour Lures will help you find rare Pokémon and shinies much easier, and thanks to the second bonus, your Pokémon Eggs will hatch much quicker than normal.
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