Pokémon GO: Solstice Horizon + TGR Takeover Event Start Date, Rewards and more

This time of year will see the Sun at either its furthest south or north position, allowing a variety of Pokémon to appear. As part of the ongoing Season of Hidden Gems, the Solstice Horizons event will soon be available in Pokémon GO and will include additional activities and rewards. 

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Solstice Horizon + TGR Takeover Event Guide

Below we’ve mentioned detailed information about Solstice Horizons Pokemon GO schedule, raids and Research tasks:

In the upcoming Solstice Horizons event for Pokémon GO’s Season of Hidden Gems, various Pokémon hatch during the day or at night and participate in related activities. Shiny Fomantis will be present during the event in wild encounters, raids, and field research, if Trainers are fortunate enough to come across it.

The Solstice Horizons begun on June 16 at 10 a.m. local time and will run until June 25 at 8 p.m. local time. Trainers can benefit from the active event bonuses, which include double Stardust for catching a Pokémon, throughout the duration of the event. In addition, regardless of where Trainers are, Lunastone and Solrock will spawn more frequently in the wild.

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Shiny versions of Pokémon will be available to catch in the wild. For the course of the event, a few Raid encounters will also be available in addition to the night and day wild encounters. Trainers might face Pokémon from one-star, three-star, five-star, and mega raids but there won’t be any Shadow Raids available for this event.

The event will also have themed Field Research activities that Trainers can claim and finish for free. After accomplishing a mission, you can choose from a variety of rewards, like battle gear, Poké Balls, and encounters with Formantis, who can turn out to be a Shiny Fomantis.

Trainers will be able to acquire and finish a brand-new Special Research story called Starry Skies. The only catch is that you have to be at least a level 5 trainer in order to grab this Research story.

As Cosmog can appear during either your first or second playthrough of the Special Research task, you can buy a ticket for $5.00 or the equivalent in your local currency if you want to try again. By logging in, ticket holders will have access to this Research story throughout the event.

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Trainers can accomplish tasks in a themed Collection Challenge to obtain particular Pokémon. This will advance your quest for the Elite Collector Medal, which will grant you access to Shiny Fomantis and Stardust encounters.

The fan-favorite Team Go Rocket Takeover Event, which offers a number of desirable bonuses over the course of its run, is returning as well. It contains Shiny Pancham’s debut with Shadow Regirock serving as Giovanni’s partner. This is all you need to know about TGR Takeover event for June 2023

Team Go Rocket members will show up at PokeStops more regularly in the second part of the event, and there will be a new Shadow Pokémon to combat. The event runs from June 21, 2023, at 12 a.m. local time, until June 25, 2023, at 11:59 p.m.

During this event, a new Team Go Rocket Special Research mission will be released, which will lead to a run-in with Giovanni and his brand-new Shadow Regirock. The deadline for claiming this quest is September 1, 2023.     

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You will have the opportunity to see Shiny Pancham in Pokémon Go for the first time. The Team Go Rocket Grunts lineups will change, and the Alolan Geodude, Ledyba, Hitmontop, Glameow, and Gible will become obtainable for the first time as Shadow Pokémon.

Additionally, you can aid any of your Shadow Pokémon in forgetting the charged move Frustration by using a charged TM.

The Pokemon that will hatch from 12km Eggs during the TGR Takeover are listed below:

  • Larvitar
  • Absol
  • Skorupi
  • Sandile
  • Scraggy
  • Pawniard
  • Vullaby
  • Deino
  • Pancham
  • Inkay
  • Skrelp
  • Salandit

That’s everything you need to know about this year’s Solstice Horizon. Check out our website for more detailed guides! This is all for the Solstice Horizon guide for more similar content do check our Pokemon Go guides section.