A Mega Lopunny Event is Coming to Pokémon GO

A Mega Lopunny Event is Coming to Pokémon GO

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Mega Lopunny will featured in a Pokémon GO event starting this weekend. 

On the Pokémon GO blog, it was announced that an event to celebrate spring is coming to the AR title. The event start Sunday, April 4th, and will run through Thursday, April 8th. During this time, players will run into Pikachus wearing flower crowns, Exeggcute, Marill, Plusle, Minun, Buneary, Bunnelby, and more. Lucky players will encounter a Shiny Bunnelby. Gamers may also run into Chanseys wearing flower crowns, and will be able to hatch Happiny wearing flower crowns from Eggs. If a Chansey wearing a flower crown is evolved into Blissey, that Blissey will be wearing a flower crown as well. If a players is lucky, they may run into a Shiny Chansey or Shiny Happiny. Shadow Exeggcute will be appearing more in Team GO Rocket battles. When players hatch 2 km Eggs, they have a chance to receive an Exeggcute, Eevee wearing a flower crown, Pichu wearing a flower Crown, Togepi, Azurill, Buneary, Munchlax, Rufflet, and Bunnelby. 

Mega Lopunny will be making its debut in Pokémon GO through Mega Raids. Other spring-themed Pokemon will be appearing in raids as well. Players will also be able to pick up Mega Lopunny-inspired avatar items in the shop. Players will be able to complete event-exclusive Field Research Tasks to encounter Rufflet, Azumarrill, and more. Gamers can also complete the spring-themed Collection Challenge during the event by collecting featured Pokémon in order to receive a Lucky Egg, Mega Lopunny Energy, and XP. There will also be event-exclusive spring-themed Gift stickers available from PokeStops and Gifts during the event. 

Finally, there will be some bonuses for players to take advantage of during the event. This includes double the Hatch Candy, and Lucky Eggs being extended to last for one hour. Eggs will feature 1/2 Hatch Distance whenever they are placed in an Incubator during the event. 

Pokémon GO is available now for mobile devices. 

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