Here is what you need to do to complete the Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge as part of the Pokemon GO Fest Seattle event – plus all of the rewards you’ll get for doing it.
The Pokemon GO calendar is full of events and they don’t get more exciting than the GO Fest in-person events in different cities around the world.
While you’ll have to be there in person to experience everything the Seattle GO Fest has to offer, there is a new Collection Challenge that every Pokemon GO player around the Globe can complete.
Here’s how to complete the GO Fest Seattle: The Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge as well as the rewards you’ll get when you finish it.
Also, make sure to take part in the GO Fest Seattle Global Challenge for some great Ultra Unlocks!
How to Complete Pokemon GO Fest Seattle: The Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge & Rewards
Like all Collection Challenges in Pokemon GO, The Oasis Habitat requires players to catch certain Pokemon. Although, as it tied in with GO Fest Seattle, you’ll only have from 8 AM local time on July 22 to 8 PM local time on July 24 to complete it.
These are the Pokemon you need to catch to complete the Pokemon GO Fest Seattle: The Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge:
Additionally, after completing the Pokemon GO Fest Seattle: The Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge, you will get these rewards:
- 2022 Stardust
- Panpour Encounter
- 2 Pinap Berries
While these may not seem like the most exciting rewards, a Panpour encounter is great for many players globally. This is because Panpour is one of the many region-exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon GO that can only be caught in specific locations around the world!
Good luck completing the Pokemon GO Fest Seattle: The Oasis Habitat Collection Challenge. This will be one of your only chances to catch Panpour.
In other news, there are plenty more Pokemon GO events to look forward to. First, find out everything you need to know about the Pokemon GO Hisuian Discoveries event.
Additionally, Niantic has announced the August Pokemon GO community Day. This featured Pokemon will certainly be more popular than Starly!