The Season of Alola celebration in Pokémon Go features all sorts of perks for trainers to take advantage of during Sustainability Week 2022. Between April 20, 2022, and April 25, 2022, players will have many things to do and a new Pokémon to catch, Oranguru. Here is what trainers can look forward to during this event.
During Sustainability Week 2022, trainers will have the opportunity to complete Field Research Tasks to obtain Mega Venusaur Energy and Mega Abomasnow Energy. Finishing these Tasks will also allow players to encounter the following Pokémon.
Community Day falls on April 23 during Sustainability Week and lasts from 10am to 8pm local time. Players can complete Timed Research tasks based around walking distance, with a Cherubi being available as an encounter every 1 kilometer. For every player that walks at least 5 kilometers during Community Day, Niantic states that they will plant a tree.
There are two main Pokémon being featured during Sustainability Week, Oranguru and Cherubi. Trainers will have the ability to catch both of these Pokémon in the Wild and hatch them from 7-kilometer Eggs. Cherubi will also be available to encounter from Lures and Field Research Tasks. Players should also note that it is possible to catch Cherubi in its shiny form for the first time during this event.
There are many other Pokémon available for players to catch during this event. Here is a full list of the Pokémon trainers can encounter in the Wild during Sustainability Week.
What else is included in the Sustainability Week 2022 event?
For the duration of Sustainability Week, players will be granted the Event Bonus of twice the amount of XP gained from spinning a PokéStop for the first time.
Players can also take advantage of their Mossy Lures to attract the following Pokémon.
- Alolan Diglett*
7-Kilometer Egg Hatches
Trainers should save some Egg Inventory Slots in preparation for this event if they're wanting to hatch these Pokémon from 7-kilometer Eggs.
- Alolan Diglett*
*All Pokémon marked with an asterisk can be caught in their shiny form
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