Pokémon Go has been preparing its new collection difficulty gameplay for a long time – and today we got a very first look at how it’ll work.
This brand-new type of obstacle will supply a literal checklist of Pokémon types to snag within a limited event window, with some more challenging to find than others.
Collection challenges will live within Pokémon Go’s Today screen, designating them as Timed Research. There will also be a new profile medal – Elite Collector – for completing various ones.
The very first collection challenge is due to go live for everyone tomorrow, 5th January, at the start of the game’s upcoming Unova event. Certain gamers got an early appearance at it today as part of a test/mistake by developer Niantic, and here’s how it’ll work.
As posted to leading Pokémon reddit TheSilphRoad, catching a species will see it ticked off your list. Early signs recommend you will have to physically acquire each types yourself – you can’t just have another player trade them over, and evolved Pokémon will require to be discovered fresh, rather than collected from your existing collection.
To start with, the Unova collection challenge appears reasonably uncomplicated, though with the associated occasion yet to start, we’re uncertain how typical generates of rarer animals like Ferroseed will be. Nicely, there’s none here which will particularly require you to utilize incubators to hatch eggs or passes to raid.Collection challenges are the very first gameplay addition to Pokémon Go in 2021, and will be integral to the game’s upcoming ticketed Pokémon Kanto Tour occasion. That is set to challenge players to catch every animal from the game’s original 151 types, with all 151 species to be offered in their Shiny variations -many for the very first time.