Hoopa is no stranger to Pokemon GO, as they were responsible for the chaos of Pokemon GO Fest 2021. Now he’s back in the world of Pokemon GO, bringing with him a whole new season of chaos, so here’s all you can do. must know about Pokemon GO mischief season.
Hoopa is a Mythical PokÃ©mon that made its debut in PokÃ©mon X and Y, being a free in-game giveaway that players had to connect to the internet to trade. This Kalosian myth is described as mischievous, opening portals and sending PokÃ©mon and items to places where they’re not meant to be just for fun. Now that it’s back to wreaking havoc on the game, players can expect a plethora of in-game anomalies. The season will run from September 1 at 10:00 am to December 1 at 10:00 am, all hours here are conform to the player’s local time zone.
The main feature of this event will be a special research story called “Misunderstood” and players who complete this story will have access to a special event at the end of the season. It is currently unclear what exactly this special event will have, but it is indicated that Hoopa will have a major involvement, so players should always anticipate this secret event.
PokÃ©mon attracted to incense will also be traded during this event. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. there will be specific types that will be drawn to depending on the time of day. Incense placed at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. will summon Psychic types, while Dark and Ghost types will spawn at 12, 2, and 5 p.m.
The event also features a spin in Pokemon which can be found in the wild and hatched from eggs, depending on the season and the player’s location in the world. Perhaps the most chaotic aspect of the season will be Ditto’s Outbreak, transforming into PokÃ©mon that have a chance of going Ditto when caught.
Full event details and the full list of Pokemon encounters can be found on the Pokemon GO official blog post.
The Season is Mischief is slated to begin on September 1 at 10 a.m., and players should stay tuned for the chaos unfolding during this event until it ends on December 1 at 10 a.m.