With an event, ‘Pokémon Go’ commemorates the release of ‘Brilliant Diamond’ and ‘Shining Pearl.’


‘Pokémon Go’ Hosts an Event to Celebrate the Release of ‘Brilliant Diamond’ and ‘Shining Pearl.’

In Pokémon Go, there’s always something to rejoice about.

There’s no shortage of fun events to be had when walking around catching Pokémon, whether there’s a popular holiday in the real world or the franchise has a special occasion on the horizon.

There are few occasions more special than new Pokémon games on the Nintendo Switch for Pokémon fans.

The Nintendo Switch will soon get remakes of the 2006 games Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl.

Trainers will return to the Sinnoh region in a completely redesigned adventure in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.

Pokémon Go has a ton of event goodies and new costumed Pokémon to catch to celebrate the game’s upcoming release.

From November to December, the new event will run.


Check it out while you still can, because it’s only available until the 21st.

There are two parts to the event.

Different costumed Pokémon will appear in each section, and Sinnoh-specific Pokémon will appear in the wild more frequently.

Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup, Sinnoh starters, will wear trainer Lucas’s hat in Part 1 of “Brilliant Diamond.”

Bunearys, Stunkys, and Kricketots will also be more common.

The Sinnoh starters will be in trainer Dawn’s hat in Part 2, “Shining Pearl,” and Glameows and Slowpokes will appear.

From November to December, the first part will be held.

From November 16 to November 30,

Part 2 will begin on November 18 and conclude on November 20.

From Nov. 18 to Nov.


During the event, anyone who captures all of the costumed Pokémon will receive 1000 EXP, 3000 Stardust, and a Froslass encounter.

Throughout the event, there will be numerous event bonuses available.

Cresselia and Mega Lopunnys will appear during Five-Star Raids and Mega Raids, respectively, so you can team up with other trainers to catch them.

Regular Lopunnys, Tyranitars, and Gallades will be among the other raids.

Hatching Pokémon eggs will be faster as well.

Regular Incubators will only need to walk half the distance they normally do to hatch an egg, while Super Incubators will only need to walk a third of the distance they normally do.

During the event, you’ll be able to hatch Bonslys, Riolus, Budews, Mime Jrs., and Happinys.

You won’t just be able to get new Pokémon during the event.

Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup costumes are now available for purchase in the game shop.

You can also get hats, tops, backpacks, and other Sinnoh-themed costume items.

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