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Pokemon GO Enigma Week Full Breakdown

A new event in Pokemon GO has just begun and as expected, Niantic seems to fulfill their promises to give fans another epic Pokemon GO event. This time, fans are greeted with the new event features for the 2nd week of Pokemon GO Enigma Week. Below, we have listed down all the details that you need to know about this event.

Pokemon GO Enigma Week – Week 2 Schedule

Start Date and Time: August 8, 2020, at 4:00 AM (GMT)
End Date and Time: August 15, 2020, at 4:00 AM (GMT)

Pokemon GO Enigma Week – Week 2 Features

If Pokemon Go players managed to complete all the 16 global challenges, players will have a chance to encounter the featured Pokemon such as Elgyem, Deoxys, and more.

Pokemon Spawn Increase

During the Enigma Week event, Enigma themed Pokemon will frequently appear in the wild. In addition, the region-locked Pokemon Lunatone and Solrock will be available worldwide. This is a limited-time event so make sure to find these exclusive Pokemon before they go back to their designated region. Meanwhile, here is the spawn increase during the event.

  • Clefairy *
  • Jigglypuff *
  • Staryu *
  • Lunatone *
  • Solrock *
  • Baltoy  *
  • Beldum *
  • Bronzor *
  • Elgyem

Pokemon Egg Hatches

The event will also bring some minor changes in Pokemon egg hatches. To be exact, 7 km eggs will be altered temporarily. Here are the hatches available in 7 km eggs during the event.

  • Staryu *
  • Cleffa *
  • Igglybuff *
  • Lunatone *
  • Solrock *
  • Beldum *
  • Elgyem

Pokemon GO Raids

Apart from the Pokemon spawn increase and changes in 7 km egg hatches, more Pokemon will also be available via raid battles.

  • Claydol
  • Deoxys (Normal) *
  • Bronzong
  • Elgyem

2-Star Raids Will Be Featuring Unown Pokemon

  • Unown U
  • Unown L
  • Unown T
  • Unown R
  • Unown A

Shiny Pokemon Galore During the Enigma Week

The following Pokemon will be released in their shiny form during the event period.

  • Shiny Staryu
  • Shiny Starmie
  • Shiny Unown U
  • Shiny Unown L
  • Shiny Unown T
  • Shiny Unown R
  • Shiny Unown A
  • Shiny Deoxys (Normal)

Note: All Pokemon marked with asterisk (*) have a chance of dropping their shiny form.

By Samantha Hubble

An ambitious Electronics engineer in the making. You can usually find her at the library or at the bedroom playing her favorite game Pokemon Sun and Moon. She's currently based in Japan for her internship.