Pokémon GO is presenting another feature – Collection Challenges! Collection Challenges are a helpful idea that requests that players gather Pokémon featured during specific occasions.
Finishing Collection Challenges awards different in-game rewards and adds levels to your new Elite Collector medal. Collection Challenges are accessible from the Today View and they are attached to the relating in-game occasion.
When the in-game event closes, the tied Collection Challenge closes and can’t be finished any longer. It could be said, Collection Challenges resemble Timed Research, however finishing them counts towards your Elite Collector medal.
Unova Collection Challenge is the first Collection Challenge in Pokémon GO
The Unova Celebration occasion is coming on January fifth 2020 at 10:00 a.m. nearby time. To advance the occasion, and to cross advance the dispatch of Collection Challenges, the main assortment challenge highlights Unova Pokémon!
Judging by the first leaked in-game clock, the challenge is live from Tuesday, January 5, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. to Sunday, January 10, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. local time.
Finishing the Unova Collection Challenge will reward the following:
- 3000 Stardust
- 30 PokéBalls
- 5 Rare Candy
For additional subtleties on the whole occasion, look at our Unova Region Celebration Event distributed on December 23, 2020.
Our thoughts on Collection Challenges
At first, they felt like Collection Challenges will be another FOMO (fear of missing out) second for Pokémon GO players, however their position on the issue has changed since.
Given that the test has a low cooperation bar, and given that the prizes are not overwhelmingly worthwhile, this really feels like a little push towards expanded player interest during in-game events.
Fine by them, particularly on the off chance that you consider Niantic is boosting spawns for the Pokémon needed to finish the test during the Unova Celebration occasion. Of course, the produce table can be supported in a truly bad way, however we trust that won’t be the situation.
Casually optimistic on the feature – we should perceive how it shapes up over the next few events.