Pokemon Go players have between today and Sunday, November 26th to catch as many Pokemon as they possibly can in order to unlock up to three tiers of rewards for the entire player base. In this Pokemon GO Global Catch Challenge guide, we'll be giving you all the information you need for the new event, including when it starts and ends, as well as all the rewards you can obtain, should everyone succeed in capturing 3 billion Pokemon. Everyone will be granted double XP and six hours of incense to lure more Pokemon to their location.
If you participate and indeed unlock several Pokemon during the event period, Niantic will be keeping track of your successes.
The Global Catch Challenge brings a tiered set of challenges for players to complete before the Farfetch'd and Kangaskhan are no longer region locked.
These are active now, but aren't the only Pokemon Go event rewards available to claim.
The new video series was developed after trainers travelled overseas to play the Pokemon Go games with other like-minded tourists.
Catching 1.5 Billion Pokemon will also unlock double Stardust, on top of the already live bonuses.
"Rewards are unlocked shortly after each milestone is reached", a message from Niantic explains. The Gold tier unlocks at 3 billion Pokemon caught, and if players reach that tier, Farfetch'd will unlock worldwide for 48 hours. The challenge will end on November 26 and the results will be made public along with the rewards that every Pokemon Trainer will receive in case the attempt will be successful. "Good luck on your Pokemon Go Travel adventures". The event concludes with a celebration at the Pokemon Go Safari Zone in Tottori, Japan, no November 26.
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