Pokémon GO, problems for the Kanto Tour: a special repair event arrives

Pokémon GO, problems for the Kanto Tour: a special repair event arrives

Pokémon GO, problems for the Kanto Tour

As Season of Legends kicks off in Pokémon GO, the Niantic development team addresses an important communication to players active on the mobile title.

A few days ago, the special event took place in Pokémon GO Kanto tour, for which the purchase of a special ticket was required. Due to a bug, however, many of the Pokémon GO Trainers were able to take part even without having made the necessary payment. For this reason, the mobile game development team has decided to organize an additional remedial initiative, which will be available free of charge for those who had regularly purchased the ticket for the Kanto Tour.

From 10:00 am Friday 5 March 2021 until 10:00 on Monday 5 April 2021, players will be able to complete the exclusive timed research of the event, to win the following rewards:

30 Ultra Balls One Lure Module One Poffin One Super Incubator A Fortunuovo Three Silver Baccananas One Piece Star One MT fast attack champion One MT loaded attack champion One MT attack charged One MT fast attack 100 Mew candies A free offer will also be available in the game shop that will include three remote raid tickets . Trainers in possession of a Ticket for the Kanto Pokémon GO Tour will thus be able to benefit from this additional initiative developed by the developers of Niantic

'Pokémon Go' Tour Kanto Bonus Event: Start Time, Research Tasks and More

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The Kanto Tour event in Pokémon Go was not without its faults, especially when those who didn't purchase a ticket received the same benefits as those who did.

If you recall, trainers who purchased the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto ticket received special timed research that gave players a guaranteed Shiny Ditto and Shiny Mew encounters. To give those who got the ticket with real money a sense that they received the value of their purchase, Niantic announced a bonus event that will give new research and rewards.

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Non-paying trainers who received the special timed research last month won't have their research taken away, so they can still complete it at their leisure. However, the new research will have a deadline to complete.

Continue reading for all the pertinent information you need for the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto bonus event.


The Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto bonus event begins Friday, March 5 at 10 a.m. to Monday, April 5 at 10 a.m. local time.


There will be a special list of tasks to complete starting Friday. While we won't know the exact tasks until the event goes live, the official Pokémon Go blog has revealed the rewards for completing them.

Here's a list of rewards trainers will receive for completing the tasks:

  • 30 Ultra Balls
  • A Lure Module
  • A Poffin
  • A Super Incubator
  • A Lucky Egg
  • Three Silver Pinap Berries
  • A Star Piece
  • An Elite Fast TM
  • An Elite Charged TM
  • A Charged TM
  • A Fast TM
  • 100 Mew Candy
  • We'll update this section once the event has gone live and the tasks are known.

    In addition to the special research tasks, a free bundle containing three Remote Raid Passes will be available in the in-game shop.

    Niantic asks that trainers claim the free bundle and complete the tasks by Monday, April 5 at 10 a.m. local time. If it wasn't already clear, this bonus event will only be available to trainers who purchased a ticket to the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto.

    Trainers will have plenty to do in Pokémon Go aside from the upcoming bonus event. Landorus has returned to Raids for a limited time, but will be replaced by Thundurus and Tornadus in the coming weeks.

    Are you excited for the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto bonus event? Let us know what you think some of the research tasks will be? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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