- Hisuian Decidueye is the featured Pokemon for Pokemon GO’s February Raid Day, with increased raid spawns and a chance to encounter its shiny variant.
- Players can obtain five additional free Raid Passes during the event by spinning Gym Photo Discs, and the Remote Raid limit is increased to 20 for the event.
- A premium event ticket is also available, offering additional Raid Passes, increased chances for Rare Candy XL, and boosted experience and Stardust from Raids.
Pokemon GO has officially confirmed all the details for the upcoming February 2024 Raid Day, starring Hisuian Decidueye as its featured Pokemon. The massively popular monster-catching mobile game from Niantic regularly offers a variety of monthly events, featuring greater chances to find certain Pokemon alongside its limited-time events. Pokemon GO‘s monthly Community Days have become one of its most popular recurring events, alongside other events like Eggs-Pedition Access offering special incentives. Now, the newest Raid Day event is set to star the Hisuian form of a beloved starter.
With the Hisui-focused Timeless Travels season coming to a close next month, Niantic has given fans plenty of opportunities to pick up the new forms from Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Various events since the season’s launch have introduced new Pokemon like Wyrdeer, Kleavor, and the Hisuian forms of Legends: Arceus‘ starter Pokemon to the game. Players can also pick up a variety of other Hisuian variants for Pokemon like Growlithe and Sneasel as wild encounters within Pokemon GO. Now, Hisui’s Grass starter takes the spotlight with Hisuian Decidueye appearing in February’s Raid Day.
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Pokemon GO reveals its content lineup for February, showcasing multiple limited-time events and the annual Pokemon GO Tour to come during the month.
Pokemon GO has officially revealed all the details for February’s Raid Day featuring Hisuian Decidueye, giving players an idea of all the available bonuses. The February Raid Day will run on February 11 from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. local time with higher raid spawns for Hisuian Decidueye. Players will benefit from several methods for obtaining more Raid Passes, including five additional Passes from spinning Gym Discs and an increased Remote Raid cap. The event will also feature a premium ticket, granting increased chances to get Rare Candy XL and boosted experience and Stardust from Raids.
Pokemon GO February 2024 Raid Day
- Increased Raid Spawns for Hisuian Decidueye
- Five additional free Raid Passes for spinning Gym Photo Discs
- Increased chance to encounter Shiny Hisuian Decidueye
- Increased Remote Raid limit to 20
- Premium Event Ticket offering eight additional Raid Passes for spinning Gym Photo Discs, increased chance for Rare Candy XL, 50% increased XP from Raid Battles, and 2x Stardust from Raid Battles
The Hisuian Decidueye Raid Day comes as just one of a suite of events Pokemon GO has planned for February. February will play host to two major limited-time events, with Pokemon GO‘s Lunar New Year event coming during the first week of February and the “Carnival of Love” during Valentine’s Day weekend. Pokemon GO will also place a heavy focus on Sinnoh Pokemon during February, with multiple five-star raids for Sinnoh Legendary Pokemon like Darkrai and Cresselia. Niantic will cap off February with the annual Pokemon GO Tour, both featuring a live event in Los Angeles and a global event through the app.
Alongside the major events on the way, Pokemon GO has made multiple minor changes recently, aimed at improving the game’s quality-of-life features. Niantic recently added a “Heal All” and “Revive All” function to Pokemon GO, offering a quick way for players to heal their whole collection of creatures. Niantic also introduced improvements to its Raids, allowing solo players to skip the countdown for a Raid in order to challenge it alone. With quality-of-life improvements and major events coming, Niantic is giving players plenty of reason to play Pokemon GO in February.
After a test run via an April Fools’ joke on Google Maps, Pokemon GO was released to the public in the summer of 2016. The AR mobile app saw unparalleled success and continues to be one of the largest mobile games in the world, pulling in billions for developer Niantic.
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