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Pokemon GO Nest: June 2017 Migration Changes Post-Adventure Week Spawns

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Source: The World of Pokémon GO has Expanded! video

Pokemon GO’s nest migration just started this June 1. The spawns after the Adventure Week won’t be seen anymore as the nests have changed up on their usual Pokemon offerings. Here’s what we know about the June 2017 nest migration.

June 1 Migration

According to the SilphRoad subreddit,Pokemon GO’s 22nd nest migration has changed all the nests as of June 1. Similar to previous nest migrations, players will have to discover which Pokemon creature occupies the nest near them.

Pokemon GO nest migrations usually last two weeks, and the next migration could happen around June 15. For now, players will just have to enjoy the changes in this nest migration.

Adventure Week’s Wake

The Adventure Week event set up most Pokemon nests to have rock-types and the known Fossil-based creatures in Pokemon GO. Kabuto, Kabutops, Omanyte, Omastar, and Aerodactyl could be found in the wild during the event. Rock-type Pokemon like Geodude, Onix, and Larvitar have been heavily sought during the event. After the event ended on May 25, in most areas, Niantic simply brought back the Pokemon spawns before Adventure Week started.

Migrations So Far

Fans on the SilphRoad have already been reporting some spawn changes in their discussions on the thread. Apparently, some say that they’ve got a Horsea, Goldeen, Mankey, Venonat, Geodude, Cubone, Cyndaquil, Pinsir, and Aipom nests near their area now. The SilphRoad Atlas could definitely help players to know the nest changes near their area.

Upcoming Events

Niantic has yet to have a surefire Pokemon GO event or new content update for June 2017. Known upcoming content for the mobile game this Summer 2017 are the PvP mode and Legendary Pokemon implementation. We might get some extra announcements at E3 2017 show if Nintendo talks about Pokemon GO.

Additionally, Pokemon GO will celebrate their anniversary this coming July. Niantic first released the game on Australia last July 6, while other regions received it later in the month. We might get an event that lasts a full month for Niantic to celebrate Pokemon GO’s anniversary. We might get another event similar to the “Adventure Week” bonuses as the fans loved increased Candy rates and improved rare encounter rate. For now, we can just wait for Niantic to talk about their plans for Pokemon GO. Stay updated with more gaming news here on The Bitbag.

Also read: Pokemon GO Adventure Week Ends, Niantic Brings Back Common Spawns

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