Pokemon Go Is Letting Players Vote For The Next Two Community Day Pokemon

Pokemon Go Is Letting Players Vote For The Next Two Community Day Pokemon

Niantic still has a couple of August events lined up for Pokemon Go, but the studio is already preparing for the game’s next two Community Days, and it’s giving players a say in those events.

The studio has announced that September and October’s Community Day Pokemon will be decided by voting. Player will be able to cast a ballot for four possible choices–Charmander, Caterpie, Grimer, and Porygon–and the winners will be featured during the game’s next two Community Days.

Voting will be conducted via a 24-hour Twitter poll, which will go live on August 22. You can read more details about the voting process–including what event-exclusive move each Pokemon will be able to learn if it’s selected as one of the next two featured Pokemon–on the official Pokemon Go website.

This is the second time this year that Niantic has given players a chance to vote on a Community Day’s featured Pokemon. The studio held a similar poll back in May that featured Squirtle, Weedle, Gastly, and Sandshrew. Weedle earned the most votes and was featured during June’s Community Day, while runner-up Gastly was July’s featured Pokemon.

In the meantime, the third and final Ultra Unlock event of the summer, Unova Week, is underway until August 21. Throughout that time, Gen 5 Pokemon like Sewaddle, Cottonee, and Emolga will appear in the wild much more often than usual, while the Mythical Genesect will appear in five-star Raids. Niantic also recently hosted a Pokemon Go Fest makeup event on August 16 that gave Go Fest ticket holders another chance to catch Pokemon from last month’s event.

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