Mew is the last of Pokémon Go Generation 1 to be released. The potential origin of all Pokémon, it's fitting Mew's introducing brings with it an all-new game mechanic as well: Field Research. In specific, Professor Willow is back with a Mythical Discovery quest that, if you complete all the goals, will get you to Mew, and get Mew to your PokéDex. What is Field Research? Field Research is a new game mechanic in Pokémon Go that rewards you for demonstrating core skills like making Great Shots, winning Gym battles or Raids, catching Pokémon, walking your Buddy, hatching Eggs, and more. Some are easy, like transferring 5 Pokémon. Others are hard, like catching Ditto or evolving a Gyarados. From Pokémon Go: A series of mysterious happenings is occurring all over the world, and Professor Willow is seeking Trainers to help him find out if this is connected to the Mythical Pokémon Mew. These research tasks will become available to Trainers around the … [Read more...] about Pokémon Go and Mew: How to finish Mythical Discovery Field Research fast!
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éPokémon Go became a cultural phenomenon in 2016 by giving everyone the chance to “catch ’em all.” In nostalgically augmented reality (AR), you wander around your city and neighborhood to find and catch as many virtual pocket monsters as possible.Despite how simple the game mechanics seem, there are still ways to play the game well. Whether you have yet to begin amassing your collection, or you are well on your way to filling out your Pokédex, this article will break down all the game’s nuances and various ways to play. We’ll cover everything, from how to find, catch, and train your Pokémon, to how to best use your items and maximize your strengths in battle.Tips to find the best wild PokémonPokémon Go wants you to get up on your feet and venture into the real world. In town, grass- and normal-type Pokémon will often appear. If you go near water or out at night, … [Read more...] about Want to master ‘Pokémon Go’? Here’s every tip you need to know
One of the biggest reasons a lot of people quit playing Pokemon Go was its tracking system. It was so bad that a host of third party trackers gained a lot of popularity, but Niantic Labs -- makers of Pokemon Go -- kept shutting down the trackers, leaving dedicated hunters crying for help. Or quitting the game in droves.But today a real tracking system has gone live and it actually works. Add a Thanksgiving event that is offering double experience points and stardust, and the appearance of a new Pokemon, and there's a good chance a lot of people will be playing the game this weekend.Now when you check the list of nearby Pokemon you see the Pokestop photo that is closest to each of the Pokemon on the list. Tap a Pokemon and then the footprints to be shown exactly where the Pokestop is and have it tracked on the map as you make your way toward it.This works brilliantly in high density areas, like in cities. Yesterday walking through Sydney I spotted a Lickitung as the closest Pokemon on … [Read more...] about Pokemon Go tracking finally goes live and actually works
Now that Niantic has removed in-game tracking and PokéVision has voluntarily shut down, you may be wondering exactly how you’re going to become a Pokémon master.Luckily, you don’t need internal or external tracking to complete your Pokédex (though it was certainly a nice feature). All you need is some Pokémon knowledge and the willingness to explore your city (and perhaps the world), and you’ll be able to catch ‘em all. Here are some tips on finding the Pokémon of your dreams—happy hunting!All 151 original Pokémon (150 plus Mew) will eventually appear in Pokémon Go. But as of now, six Pokémon—Ditto, Articuno, Zapdos, Motres, Mewtwo, and Mew—cannot be found in the wild. There’s no word on when these legendary Pokémon (and Ditto) will appear in the game, but we can speculate that Niantic has something appropriately epic in store: One of the first trailers for the game showed a multi-player battle … [Read more...] about Where are all the Pokémon? How to find the rarest of them all