Pokemon Go Limited Research To Feature Clamperl For The First Time

Just earlier, Niantic announced the next Pokemon Go Limited Research event. The uniqueness of this one would be the appearance of Clamperl in Pokemon Go for the first time in the game’s history.

This new Pokemon Go Limited Research would commence this Saturday, February 23rd, and it would last for only three hours, pretty much like the previous Pokemon Go Community Day event. During this Pokemon Go Limited Research, trainers would receive particular Field Research tasks any time they’ll be spinning the Photo Disc at PokeStops.

Besides the newly introduced rare Gen 3 Pokemon, Clamperl, during the upcoming event, other Water Pokemon, such as Krabby and Wailmer, will be more frequent in the wild. Players who capture them would receive twice the average amount of Stardust for any Pokemon they catch.

Pokemon Go Limited Research To Feature Clamperl For The First Time

As for Clamperl, this Pokemon has two potential evolutions, namely, Huntail and Gorebyss. In Pokemon Go, different from other games, the players won’t have any clue in which development form Clampers would evolve. Accordingly, it would be wise to capture as many Clamperl Pokemons as you can to be sure you’ll get both its evolutions, eventually.

Also, don’t forget that until March 4th you’ll also have the opportunity to capture Shiny Meltan Pokemon any time you open a Mystery Box. Even better, now, the waiting time to open a new Mystery Box has reduced to three days so that you’ll have increased chances to grab one Shiny Melta.

Pokemon Go Limited Research featuring Clampers in premiere would take place following the next schedule:

  • The Americas and Greenland
    • 11 AM – 2 PM PT
    • 2 PM – 5 PM ET
  • Europe, Middle East, and Africa
    • 10 AM – 1 PM UTC
  • Asia-Pacific
    • 12 PM – 3 PM JST (February 24)

In short, the upcoming Pokemon Go Limited Research event would present Clamperl for the first time in Pokemon Go and would also feature other Water Pokemon, including Krabby and Wailmer.

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