Pokémon GO will say goodbye to the Season of Alola next June. Niantic is preparing the community for the upcoming events that will arrive along with the new content framework. Among them are the Community Days, for which we already know the dates during the summer.
Pokémon GO: Next season's Community Days
On its official website, the company urges us to stay tuned for " more details" on that first date in June. These Community Days take over from Alola Geodude, the event held last May 21 and the last of the current Season.
Remote raid passes, no longer on event boxes in Pokémon GO
Event boxes in Pokémon GO are usually offered for sale in the store for a symbolic price of one Pokécoin. Niantic has made the decision to remove the Remote Raid Passes from its contents. At the moment they have not shared the reasons for this decision, except that these boxes will now have "a rotating array of items".
The studio notes that they expect to introduce changes around Gyms in the future. "To support players who have difficulty reaching Gyms, we will continue to work on solutions such as tools for community leaders to organize local events and faster approval for new Gyms.," they explain on their official website.