Pokemon Go Adding Mew Through New Quest System

Katie Ramirez
March 27, 2018

In a recent blog post, the Pokemon Go developer revealed that over the next week it'll be bringing mythical Pokemon Mew into the game alongside a new research-based quest system.

It's been a while since Pokemon Go has had a significant update but that's all about to change thanks to a new announcement from Niantic.

As this stage we don't know too much, however, Professor Willow himself is going to be in the game to help trainers around the world complete their task. However, these research tasks have different levels of difficulty, so the more challenging a task, the better the rewards.

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You might be asked to win gym battles or catch certain types of Pokemon. In connection with the field research, players will be given a daily Stamp leading up to a Research Breakthrough for better rewards and encounters with Legendary Pokémon once seven Stamps are collected. This will involve engaging in special and risky battles and a host of other exciting challenges. Here the players will find the scope to make "important discoveries". No doubt the "already exciting game" will become doubly exciting and engaging. Niantic says there's no cap on the amount of research players can do each day, so hardcore players can keep on researching for as long as they like.

Rewards for completing research tasks include useful items and encounters with "certain Pokemon".

You can complete as many of these per day as you want, and you'll be able to earn one stamp per day after completing at least one Field Research. Starting this week, players will have access to two new gameplay features: Field Research and Special Research.

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