Things have become a little bit more exciting in Pokémon GO in the past few days. A new event was introduced along with some interesting boosts and bonuses. Now, Niantic is set to keep the fun going, as it plans to extend the said event. Add to this the possibility of more shiny creatures coming to the game.
It is no secret that the Pokémon GO Easter event called Eggstravaganza has already ended. However, as what Mic reports, there is a huge chance the studio will keep it rolling. If this is the case, then the passive double XP boost and extra candies (acquired when hatching eggs) will continue to flourish in the game. This extension has something to do with how eggs are working.
First off, Pokémon GO players will continue to see the changes Niantic did on the 2KM egg groups. The latter were specifically tweaked by the studio in order for players to see various Pokémon popping out. However, this greatly depends on the amount of eggs the players acquired during the existence of the Easter event.
It is said that the 2KM Pokémon GO eggs obtained between April 13 and April 20 will most likely hatch rare creatures. Sure, this may not be as significant as the XP boost or extra candies; however, this should be enough considering the event has already ended, or so to speak. The same scenario can also be expected from hatching 5KM eggs - they are still perfect for hatching Gen 2 starters.
This may not entirely refer to an official extension of the aforementioned Pokémon GO event, it's still an exciting thing to know. That, in one way or another, players will still have the chance to acquire the rare Pokémon promised by the studio during the Eggstravaganza event.
In related Pokémon GO news, BGR reports that another set of Shiny Pokémon are believed to arrive in the game soon. It is worth noting that these type of pocket monsters were first introduced during the Water Festival. This is when Shiny Magikarp and Shiny Gyarados took the game by storm. It's very likely that other sorts of shiny creatures are being added to the game. Of course, since they are among the rarest, finding them might be a rigorous task to undergo.