Pokémon GO: What’s New for The Dragon Week Soon – Spawns, Timed Research, and More

If you’re into augmented reality games, you surely love Pokémon GO. The game keeps getting compelling and fun upgrades even at four years since its arrival for mobile devices. Pokémon GO was developed and published by Niantic, and it received three BAFTA awards.

Exploring the real world to see where your favorite pocket monsters could hide fits in very well with the plot of the legendary Pokémon anime. The TV show is all about finding, training, and engaging in battle various Pokémon.

August brings more exciting content to the game

The game continues to become more exciting as time passes. Get ready for Spawns, as a whole lot of dragons and a couple that evolve into dragons are made available. More precisely, we’re talking about these Pokémon:

  • Bagon
  • Swablu
  • Dratini
  • Trapinch, Vibrava
  • Horsea, Seadra

Two of these names are from the first generation of Pokémon, and we’re happy to see that it hasn’t been forgotten by the creators.

The Timed Research also deserves attention, being a straightforward and quick research method. In just several hours, you’ll be able to take advantage of this as you wish. There will also be plenty of rewards up for grabs.

Here’s how the official Play Store page describes the game, and they’re so right:

“Join Trainers across the globe who are discovering Pokémon as they explore the world around them. Pokémon GO is the global gaming sensation that has been downloaded over 1 billion times and named “Best Mobile Game” by the Game Developers Choice Awards and “Best App of the Year” by TechCrunch.”

Get ready to prove to anyone that you can be a great Pokémon trainer just like Ash Ketchum! Every Pokémon trainer from the show started with the beginning and just one single pocket monster. It’s also available for Ash, the protagonist character, and he later became one of the top trainers in the world.

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