Thanks to the Pokémon Go Fest community, there are Ultra Unlock weeks during August for Niantic’s hit mobile game. While fans have this month’s Community Day to anticipate because of its shiny Magikarp, Enigma Week is something fans are also anticipating because of its shiny Staryu and Deoxys. Some fans have been asking what time does Enigma Week 2020 start, and here you’ll discover everything there is to know.

Before the seven day occasion comes around, know that the Dragon Week tasks and rewards are on their final legs and need to be completed. This means you only have a very limited amount of time left to get everything on offer before it comes to its timely conclusion.

Provided you’ve already completed all of the Dragoon tasks and rewards available, below you’ll discover what time Enigma Week 2020 is scheduled to start for Pokémon Go.

What is Enigma Week on Pokémon Go?

Enigma Week in Pokémon Go is the second seven day event which is a part of Ultra Unlock.

Ultra Unlock bonuses were earned by the community during Pokémon Go Fest 2020, and the weeks during August are as follows: Dragon Week, Enigma Week, and Unova Week.

As previously mentioned, Dragon Week is coming to an end so there’s only a limited amount of time left to complete its tasks and rewards.

In regard to Enigma Week, this is the very near future and it will include the following (via Pokémon Go Live):

  • Cleffa, Igglybuff, Lunatone, Solrock, and Elgyem will hatch from 7km eggs
  • Staryu, Jigglypuff, Clefairy, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy, Bronzor, and Elgyem will spawn more frequently in the Wild
  • Bronzong, Claydol, Elgyem, and Unown U, L, T, R, and A will be available in raids
  • A shiny Unown will be available
  • Normal Forme Deoxys will be in five-star raids- you might encounter a shiny Normal Forme Deoxys
  • Shiny Staryu releases

Pokémon Go Enigma Week start time

Engima Week will start in Pokémon Go at the time of 21:00 BST on August 7th.

As for elsewhere, Enigma Week will start in Pokémon Go on the same day at 13:00 PT and 16:00 ET.

In addition to starting at the aforementioned times, the event will also end at the same hours on August 14th.

This is when it will be replaced by Unova Week which promises shiny Roggenrola.

In other news, Fortnite: How to catch and consume a legendary fish to complete the week 6 challenge