Pokemon Go’s Sustainability Week event is now underway. The five-day event runs until Apr. 25, and it gives players their first chance to catch the Alola Pokemon Oranguru, as well as shiny Cherubi. Here’s everything you need to know about the event.
Sustainability Week begins at 10 a.m. local time on Apr. 20 and runs until 8 p.m. local time on Apr. 25.
Two Pokemon are making their first appearance in Pokemon Go during Sustainability Week. Oranguru, a psychic/normal Pokemon originally from the Alola region, will appear in the wild for the first time once the event is underway. Additionally, you’ll have your first chance to encounter a shiny Cherubi in the game.
On top of the aforementioned monsters, various grass- and poison-type Pokemon will appear in the wild and when you use Mossy Lures more frequently throughout Sustainability Week. You can see the full list of featured event Pokemon below:
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- Alolan Diglett
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- Alolan Diglett
In addition to the featured Pokemon spawns, a few in-game bonuses will be available during Sustainability Week. First, you’ll earn twice the usual amount of XP the first time you spin the Photo Disc at a PokeStop. Additionally, you’ll be able to claim a free Mossy Lure Module from Pokemon Go’s item shop.
Themed Field Research tasks will also be available during Sustainability Week. Completing these will net you various rewards, including encounters with the following Pokemon:
Additionally, certain Field Research tasks will reward you with Venusaur and Abomasnow Mega Energy. This energy is required to Mega Evolve these Pokemon, making this a good opportunity to stock up.
Pokemon Go still has a few other events lined up for this month, including a, which is set for Apr. 23. You can catch up on everything else going on in the game in our .