New Field Research Rewards and Raids Announced for Pokemon Go


Niantic has officially announced new Field Research Rewards and EX Raids for the Game. The game’s new field research week will bring a set of new changes to the game along with a Shiny Spinda and Deoxys.

Starting July 1st, Niantic will release new field research rewards and updates to the game throughout the week. The new update will include new characters to the game such as Latias, Kyogre, and Groudon. New Research includes a shiny Spinda which will be available for hunt. You will be able to catch them all during the rewards week.

As per Pokemon Go’s official website, the new Field Research Patterns and further updates for the game are set to launch as a July month’s update for the game. If you wish to know the specific timing of its availability, then here we have listed down the actual time to test out this new Field Research update and EX Raids for the game.

Field Research Updates

Field Research Updates for Pokemon Go game will begin from July 1st and it will last till September 1, 2019.

July 1st at 1 p.m. PDT (GMT −7)  to September 1st till 1 p.m. PDT (GMT −7)

Ex Raids Updates

The official EX Raids for the game will take place from June 23, 2019, at 8 a.m. PDT. This update will be made available for the trainers only. They will be able to encounter speed forme Deoxys in EX Raids.

As mentioned above, during the Field Research program, a new Spinda will be available. Interestingly, a Shiny one will also be there to catch and if you are lucky enough, you will definitely grab it during the Field Research Week.

If you are a pro-gamer, then here we have listed down the level numbers to hunt the new shiny Pokemon in the game.

Groudon at Level 15

Kyogre at Level 15

Latias at Level 15

Latios  at Level 15

New characters and extra things in the game always make the gamers more excited about the game and they will definitely try them out. Pokemon Go receives regular updates, and this update is something else from the previous ones.


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