Pokemon Go : Team Go Rocket to take over every Pokestop on this date
Team Go Rocket will be getting more proactive as they are planning to take over more Pokestops & capture more Pokemon. This information was revealed from the intercepted Team Go Rocket message.
There will be an increased amount of Team Go Rocket activity on November 24, 2019, from 11 am to 1 pm in your local time zone. Team Go Rocket Grunts will be taking over every Pokestop for the above-mentioned duration.
Pokemon Go players will be required to battle Team Go Rocket Grunts. Players will be required to collect six mysterious components in order to craft Rocket radar which will help them encounter Team Go Rocket leaders – Cliff, Arlo,and Sierra.
If you don’t know how to encounter Team Go Rocker leaders, you can head here – Cliff, Arlo, and Sierra. To encounter Giovanni, players are required to beat Team Go Rocket leaders, and it will craft a Super Rocker Radar. Also, they are required to complete four stages of Looming in the Shadows to encounter Team Go Rocket Boss, Giovanni.
If you don’t know the best counters for Giovanni, you can head here. Apart from Team Go Rocket disruption, Pokemon Go Supereffective week is currently live in the game. The event started on November 19 and will stay live until November 26, 2019, at 1 pm PST. Pokemon Supereffective week also features many bonuses for players which includes the following :
* 2× Stardust from Trainer Battles
* More Potions and Revives from PokéStops
* Guaranteed Charged TM from three-star raids
Pokemon Go Supereffective week also features a research task. Players will also get a reward for the completion of the research task. Mentioned below is the Pokemon Go Supereffective week Research Task along with its reward.
Use a super-effective Charged Attack in a Gym Battle – Tentacool
Details regarding December Community Day have also been revealed. Pokemon Go December Community Day will start on December 14, 2019, at 2 am and will stay live until December 15, 2019, at 9 pm. You can check its more details by heading here.
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