- Sep 22, 2021
Pokemon GO is all geared up to introduce its new features. These packs of features are not only exciting but also challenging for the gamers. The developers are claiming that these new features would take the gaming experience to a whole new level.
In the recent update of Pokemon GO, developer Niantic will be adding two new research challenges that gamers can compete in. These to new research challenges are – Field Research and Special Research. According to the referred game’s official blog, “ A series of mysterious happenings are 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.”
So when a gamer engages in Field Research, the tasks will be completed by visiting PokéStops. After this, the user will be given special objectives to find and catch certain types of Pokémon. This will involve engaging in special and dangerous battles and a host of other exciting challenges. No doubt the “already exciting game” will become doubly exciting and engaging.
Next, in Special Research, the assignments will be given directly by Professor Willow. Here the players will find the scope to make “important discoveries.”
It will be completely up to the gamers that how many challenges or research they will conduct each day. And there are several perks for completing each challenge. As each of the Pokemon Go Research challenges comes with its own level of difficulty, hence the most challenging ones will be rewarded with more valuable items.
If a player completes a Field Research in a day successfully, he will also receive a treat of a Stamp. On collecting seven Stamps, the player will get a Research Breakthrough, offering even better reward items and the opportunity of meeting face-to-face with a Legendary Pokémon.
Though no announcement has been made about the day of its availability, players will enjoy this enthralling experience by the end of this week. But the players have already taken a look at the new features in action in the app.