The Community Day that will come in February will bring the second-gen ice and ground Pokémon – Swinub! We have already told you that, and we know you’re excited to catch it in its normal and Shiny form, but would you look at this blue Psyduck!
Shiny Psyduck Wandering the World
In a post on Twitter, Pokemon Go announced players that the recent Safari Zone event caused an outbreak of Psyduck and that they are all over the world. Moreover, he is in his Shiny version – which is a blue variation of the cuddly yellow Psyduck:
Trainers, we need your help! The recent #PokemonGOSafariZone event has caused an outbreak of Psyduck wandering all over the world! Track this phenomenon with us by sharing AR photos of any Psyduck you see this weekend with #FoundPsyduck! pic.twitter.com/9jsSOgctGs
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) January 26, 2019
It is a great ‘hunt’ until the Community Day comes, and Niantic has found a way to keep players entertained and play the game now that the spawn rates of Psyduck have been increased. We have also seen the Shiny versions of Groudon and Kyogre, and we’re preparing for the Shiny Swinub in February’s Community Day, where we can evolve it and teach it an exclusive move!
Thanks to the new content, Niantic is making sure that Pokemon GO players engage in the game, and they still have a lot more creatures from the franchise into the AR game. Looking at how things go, it is safe to say that Niantic will begin rolling out the missing creature to keep us all hooked and walking around to find and catch them all!
Get Pokemon Go for iOS and Android
If you have not yet downloaded Pokemon GO, go to the App Store or Google Play Store to get it and you won’t regret it. It is the best and healthiest way to play a game: walking around the city and playing the popular game we all love, of course always being aware of our surroundings to avoid unfortunate events! Here are the beginner tips for Pokemon Go you must read, and here’s a distance guide to hatch Pokemon Eggs.
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.