Niantic and The Pokemon Company are praising the fifth commemoration of their expanded reality (AR) game, Pokemon Go. To stamp the festival, Niantic has reported a two-day Pokemon Go Fest 2021 occasion, which will initiate on July 17. Players should buy tickets worth Rs 399, permitting them to be a piece of the worldwide occasion and join different players from across the globe to finish difficulties. Aside from this, the organization has likewise banded together with Google Play to bring fascinating proposals for Indian players.
To review, Pokemon Go was delivered back on July 6, 2016. The celebrations of the fifth commemoration started off on July 6 and will proceed through July 15.
Pokemon Go Fest 2021 will be hung on July 17 and July 18, where players will be permitted to participate, complete difficulties and win rewards. They can buy the occasion tickets, costing Rs 399 straightforwardly from within the game.
Players who have tickets will actually want to team up with others within the Global Challenge Arena, and complete hourly difficulties. Finishing each challenge will give the coaches a reward, which will keep going for the rest of great importance. On the off chance that a mentor can finish each of the 24 difficulties, they will open Space, Time, and a secret reward in the forthcoming weeks.
Aside from its Pokemon Go Fest 2021, Niantic has additionally collaborated with Google Play to give its players a free three-month participation to YouTube Premium and a Google supported blessing pack which incorporates one Incense, one Super Incubator and 30 Ultra Balls.
“India is perhaps the most encouraging business sectors for Niantic. We are attempting to present new titles controlled by Niantic Inc. furthermore, building a thrilling basis for India soon –, for example, rethinking the increased reality experience around the country. Pokémon GO’s fifth commemoration is a huge achievement and shows the development capability of increased reality in India. Through the Pokémon GO Fest 2021 we are focused on bringing the best of AR gaming to India.” said Omar Téllez, Vice President, Niantic Inc.