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Pokemon Go Ultra Unlock week details have been announced by Niantic

Completing global tasks during Go Fest will unlock this event-based week

Pokemon Go’s first digital attempt at their annual Pokemon GO Fest starts tomorrow and Niantic has a whole host of events planned over the weekend.

Throughout the first day of Pokemon Go Fest 2020, players will be tasked with 32 different global challenges. Every time eight of these goals are met an Ultra Unlock event week will become available in future. Today, they’ve announced what to expect from three of those weeks.

The first of those could be Dragon Week, which would run from July 31st to August 7th. During this time players will come across more Alolan Exeggutor, Horsea, Dratini, Trapinch, Swablu, Bagon and Gible in the wild. Meanwhile, Rayquaza will appear in five-star raids and there will be a Timed Research to complete that will reward players with two Deino encounters, with a chance of it being Shiny.

Meanwhile completing 16 global challenges will unlock Enigma week, which would run from 7th to 14th August. This will see more Staryu, Jigglypuff, Clefairy, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy, Bronzor, and Elgyem appearing in the wild. Elsewhere, Normal Forme Deoxys will appear in five-star raids with the potential for it to be Shiny.

Finally, if 24 challenges are complete then players will get access to Unova Week, which will take place between August 14th and 21st. This will see Sewaddle, Cottonee, Emolga, and Bouffalant make their Pokemon Go debut. Genesect will also be appearing in five-star raids and once again, there will be a chance of it being a Shiny variant.

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Pokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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