Pokemon Go Season of Mischief: Hoopa's Arrival, Ditto Changes, and More
The next Season is called the Season of Mischief, and it will run from September 1, 2021 at 10 a.m. local time until December 1 at 10 a.m. local time.
During the Season of Mischief, different Pokemon will have the chance to appear in the wild in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. For instance, Jigglypuff, Slowpoke, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Bidoof, and the Autumn Form of Deerling will have the chance to appear in the Northern Hemisphere during this Season, and Clefairy, Roselia, Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, Tympole, and the Spring Form of Deerling will have the chance to appear in the wild in the Southern Hemisphere.
Different pocket monsters will also appear in different types of areas, like cities, forests, and near water during the Season of Mischief. In addition, different Pokemon will have the chance to hatch from Eggs that are collected during the Season. You can learn more about these changes on the Pokemon Go website.
When the Season of Mischief begins on September 1, players will receive a Special Research storyline that will last the entire Season. This storyline will focus on the appearance of Hoopa in Pokemon Go, and it will allow players to encounter Confined Hoopa for their collections. Niantic said the different parts of this Special Research storyline will become available “when certain events begin.”
The first in-game event of the Season will be called “Hoopa’s Arrival,” and it will take place on September 5 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time. Check out our previous coverage to see everything that’s going on during this event.
When the Season of Mischief begins, Ditto will be able to transform into different Pokemon. Here’s the list:
Finally, a different pocket monster will receive a boost to their CP when it’s Mega-Evolved during each month of this three-month Season. Here’s the breakdown:
- September: Slowbro
- October: Gengar
- November: Houndoom
Keep checking back with SuperParent, as we’ll bring you more details about the Season of Mischief as they’re announced.
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