Pokémon Go fans have a Shiny Drifloon spotlight hour to anticipate on January 12th, but the date also marks the start of the Sinnoh region event. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about how to complete the Sinnoh Collection Challenge in Pokémon Go, and you’ll also find the event’s field research tasks and rewards.
Aside from the aforementioned Drifloon spotlight hour happening later today, trainers also have Heatran to look forward to in Raids. And, once the Fire-type creature has departed, there will be many more Legendary Raids and Mega Bosses throughout the month including a surprise on January 26th.
But, away from raids and spotlight hours, below you’ll discover how to complete the Pokémon Go Sinnoh Collection Challenge, as well as how to complete the event’s field research tasks and rewards.
Pokémon Go Sinnoh region field research tasks and rewards
The field research tasks and rewards for the Pokémon Go Sinnoh region event are as follows:
- Defeat a Team Go Rocket Grunt – 500 Stardust
- Win two Raids – Craindos, Shieldon
- Power up Pokémon four times – Turtwig (S), Chimchar (S), Piplup (S)
- Defeat two Team Go Rocket Grunts – Buizel (S)
Know that the Sinnoh region event field research tasks and rewards are available from now until 20:00 local time on January 17th.
Pokémon Go Sinnoh Collection Challenge
The rewards for completing the Pokémon Go Sinnoh Collection Challenge are an Elite Collector Medal, 3,000 Stardust, one Magnetic Lure, and 15 Ultra Balls.
In order to complete the Pokémon Go Sinnoh Collection Challenge, you need to catch the following creatures:
- Shadow Stunky
- Shadow Snover
You can complete the Sinnoh Collection Challenge in Pokémon Go by catching some of the creatures from the field research tasks and rewards.
In addition, you can also catch many of them via the Wild, meanwhile you will have to defeat Team Go Rocket Grunts with Stunky and Snover to get their Shadow versions.