Pokemon Go developers have announced the August Community Day meetups in select cities. The game developers claimed that they will be having in-person meetups for August Community Day on Saturday, August 13, 2022. Players will be able to raid, trade, and explore with trainers in their area. This can be done while catching Galarian Zigzagoon, the tiny Raccoon Pokémon. Players won’t have to register to join the meetups. Also Read - Mobile gaming advertisers witness 2x growth YoY in India: Report
For players who cannot manage to get to in-person meetups, Niantic has claimed that they will still be able to participate in Galarian Zigzagoon Community Day wherever they are. Also Read - Chinese mobile firms plan to set up plants elsewhere amid India crackdown
Pokemon GO Community Day meetups will happen on Saturday, August 13, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. local time (IST). The virtual trainer meetups will take place in ten cities across India, including Delhi’s Lodhi Gardens, Mumbai’s Gyan Sagar Amphitheatre and Carter Road Promenade, Lucknow’s Lohia Park, Chennai’s Tower Park, Bengaluru’s Cubbon Park, Pune’s Phoenix Market City, Kolkata’s Elliot Park, Telangana’s Shilparamam, Ahmedabad’s Vastrapur Lake and Thiruvananthapuram’s The Napier Museum. The cities highlighted with an orange pin will feature in-person Community Day meetups. Also Read - Apple Watch Ultra, Watch Series 8 launched with temperature sensor, crash detector: Check details
Trainers at the locations highlighted with blue pins can look forward to receiving more items every time they spin a PokéStop. Check the Map like here: https://community.day/map/
Pokémon GO Fest 2022 will continue with one more event in Sapporo, Japan. The organisers are still selling tickets. This year’s Pokémon GO Fest will end with a global finale event on August 27,
The Pokemon GO team has also asked players to adhere to local policies, guidelines, and restrictions regarding travel. The players should be aware of their surroundings and follow guidelines from local health authorities when playing Pokémon GO. The organizers claim to have worked closely with city governments and councils to ensure Trainers’ safety and that each event is COVID-19 guideline compliant.