The Pokemon GO Crackling Voltage event has introduced a number of new Field Research Tasks for players to pick up by spinning PokeStops from January 27 to February 5, 2023.

For completing one of these new Tasks, players will earn an encounter with one of the following Electric-type Pokemon:

  • Emolga
  • Helioptile
  • Hisuian Voltorb
  • Plusle
  • Voltorb

Each different Field Research has a corresponding Pokemon encounter as a reward, so you will need to complete a specific Taks to encounter a particular Pokemon.

These are all of the new Field Research Tasks during the Pokemon GO Crackling Voltage event and the rewards that can be earned for completing them:

Field Research TaskRewardImageCan it be Shiny?
Walk 3kmEmolgaEmolga Pokemon GONo
Power Up Pokemon 5 timesHelioptileHelioptile Pokemon GOYes
Power Up Pokemon 3 timesHisuian VoltorbHisuian Voltorb Pokemon GONo
Catch 5 PokemonMinunMinun Pokemon GOYes
Catch 5 PokemonPluslePlusle Pokemon GOYes
Power Up Pokemon 3 timesVoltorbVoltorb Pokemon GOYes

If you want to power up Pokemon to complete these Field Research Tasks, you’ll need a lot of Candy. Here are the fastest ways to earn Candy in Pokemon GO so you can complete these Tasks quickly and easily!

If you already have the maximum amount of Field Research Tasks but are after a particular Pokemon, don’t worry! Find out how to remove Field Research Tasks in Pokemon GO so you can pick up another task by spinning a PokeStop!

Pokemon GO Crackling Voltage Event

As well as the new Field Research that players can pick up and complete, there is plenty more to do in the Crackling Voltage event. The exciting new lineup of Raid bosses is just one of a number of great new additions.

What’s more, there is a new Egg to collect and hatch. Here are all of the Pokemon in the 7km Crackling Voltage Egg!

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