Pokemon Go Fest Berlin: Everything You Need to Know
Tickets are available to purchase now.
As Serebii.net spotted, tickets for the Pokemon Go Fest: Berlin event are now available to purchase!
On the Pokemon Go website, Niantic, the developer of Pokemon Go, said Pokemon Go Fest: Berlin will be the first in-person Pokemon Go Fest event in 2022. It will take place from July 1, 2022 to July 3, 2022 in Berlin’s Britzer Garten.
Even though this event will take place across three days, interested players will only be able to purchase a ticket for one day of the event.
A general admission ticket for Pokemon Go Fest: Berlin is priced at €24.99, while an early access ticket is priced at €32.13. The general admission ticket will allow ticket holders to play from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time on their selected day of the event. The early access ticket will allow ticket holders to play from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time on their selected day.
Pokemon Go Fest: Berlin tickets are being sold on a "first come, first served" basis, and it’s possible they may sell out. Tickets are now available to purchase on Niantic’s website.
On the Pokemon Go website, Niantic detailed everything ticket holders can look forward to during the Pokemon Go Fest: Berlin event:
- “Explore Britzer Garten to complete event-exclusive Special Research and encounter Sky Forme Shaymin.
- Enjoy event-themed Field Research tasks.
- Shiny Pansear and Shiny Foongus will make their Pokémon GO debuts during the event. If you’re lucky, you may encounter one!
- A special version of the Pokémon GO Fest 2022 T-shirt will be available exclusively at this and other in-person Pokémon GO Fest 2022 events.
- Meet your favorite creators at our autograph sessions!
- Explore four real-world habitats—two of which are unique to the Berlin event—and make exciting Pokémon discoveries. Each habitat will have its own Collection Challenge! You can encounter the following Pokémon in each habitat.
- Electric Garden: Hisuian Voltorb, Combee, Foongus, Helioptile, and more.
- Windy Coast: Feebas, Clamperl, Panpour, Woobat, and more.
- Living Meadow: Galarian Ponyta, Scyther, Yanma, Pansage, and more.
- Molten Rocks: Cranidos, Pansear, Roggenrola, Darumaka, and more.
- Make up to six Special Trades, and enjoy a reduced Stardust cost for every trade made during event hours. Be sure to visit the Trading Post to meet and trade with Trainers at the event!
- Test yourself against other Trainers at the Battle Ground!
- Take a snapshot at the event for a surprise!
- Have fun catching Pokémon and meeting your fellow Trainers!”
In addition to announcing these features that will only be available for ticket holders, Niantic said, “All Trainers in Berlin will have access to special Pokémon GO Fest 2022 raids—including Cresselia and Darkrai in five-star raids—during Pokémon GO Fest: Berlin from Friday, July 1, 2022, to Sunday, July 3, 2022.”
Finally, Niantic shared details about “optional add-ons” that players will be able to purchase alongside their event ticket if they want to unlock extra in-game bonuses:
“As a new addition to our live events, we’re offering Trainers the chance to enhance their event experience with special, optional add-ons. These add-ons can only be purchased when you purchase your live event ticket and cannot be added later. Add-on bonuses will be active from Friday, July 1, 2022, to Sunday, July 3, 2022, and will only be active within the Pokémon GO Fest location indicated on your ticket. Raid Lover add-on (+€10.06) – This add-on grants up to 12 in-person Raid Passes total for each day by spinning Photo Discs at Gyms, an additional 5,000 XP after every raid you complete successfully, and six additional Candy and three additional Candy XL after catching Pokémon in five-star raids. Critical Hatch! add-on (+€10.06) – Hatch Eggs in 1/4 the normal distance (this bonus does not stack with other similar bonuses), and earn double the XP, double the Candy, and double the Stardust for hatching Eggs.”
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