The augmented reality mobile game usually encourages players to venture outside, but the latest event will allow die-hard fans to stay indoors and still catch Pokemon.
Here's the latest information.
New 'Play At Home' Format
Pokémon Go will resume its regular Community Days with a lockdown-friendly Play At Home format.
Abra Community Day, originally set for March, will now take place on Saturday 25th April at an extended 11am to 5pm.
As well as players having double the time to catch Pokémon, incense instead of lures will now last the duration of the event, letting you play where you are (whether there are PokéStops nearby or not).
The event's bonus will be triple catch Stardust, and there will be a "surprise" in store if you take a Snapshot of your Pokémon during the event. Let's hope it's a Kecleon!
What Is Incense Day In Pokemon Go?
Incense Day is a special in-game Pokemon Go event that features Incense spawns that rotate every hour of the event.
Dates And Times For Incense Day
The event begins on Sunday 19th April at 11am and ends at 5pm local time.
Pokemon GO Incense Day Schedule
Here's the schedule for Pokemon GO's Incense Day:
- 11:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m - WATER Pokemon
- 12:00 p.m – 1:00 p.m - FIRE Pokemon
- 1:00 p.m – 2:00 p.m - GRASS Pokemon
- 2:00 p.m – 3:00 p.m - PSYCHIC Pokemon
- 3:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m - BUG Pokemon
- 4:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m - GROUND Pokemon
Which Pokemon Are In Incense Day?
Here are the Pokemon included in Pokemon GO's Incense Day:
- Clampearl (uncommon)
- Poliwag (common)
- Tentacool (common)
- Spheal (common)
- Litwick (uncommon)
- Growlithe (common)
- Ponyta (common)
- Houndour (common)
- Ferroseed (uncommon)
- Oddish (common)
- Roselia (common)
- Lileep (common)
- Gothita (uncommon)
- Slowpoke (common)
- Baltoy (common)
- Bronzor (common)
- Joltik (uncommon)
- Caterpie (common)
- Ledyba (common)
- Skorupi (common)
- Drilbur (uncommon)
- Wooper (common)
- Barboach (common)
- Hippopotas (common)
Sentret is also available across the whole event.