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Pokémon Go players will get the chance to participate in the game’s first ever in-game event this Halloween, starting Wednesday October 26 and running through November 1.
The event will feature higher encounter rates for spooky Pokémon, including Drowzee, Zubat, Gastly, Gengar, Golbat, Haunter and Hypno, and trainers will also get more candy for catching, buddy training and transferring Pokémon.
The Go event will apply to players worldwide, and the most appealing part of this is likely the candy bonus, especially if you’re in an area where those ghost and vaguely Halloween-themed Pokémon are already present in plentiful numbers (as is the case here in Toronto).
In-game events are a great idea for Pokémon Go, and will hopefully help it recapture some of its early magic in terms of driving more real-world play and interaction between players.