'Pokemon GO' News: 'Adventure Week' Event Sees Larvitar In An Uncommon Mass Spawn
"Pokemon GO" event "Adventure Week" is the talk of the town. The event increases the availability of Rock-Type Pokemon. Players who were playing around 4:30 PM ET found wonderful surprises ready for them in the house: a swarm of Larvitar.
At the point when the "Pokemon GO" event "Adventure Week" first started, players, as they said on Reddit, found the ultra-uncommon Larvitar alongside other Rock-Type Pokemon. Larvitar, in the long run, develops into the pseudo-legendary Pokemon Tyranitar, a standout amongst the most effective Pokemon in the game. However, after around 60 minutes, the Larvitar diminished significantly. While people are as yet detailing Larvitar spawn, they're impressively rarer, and why not? They are so important to players and just won't be spawning around all the time.
This isn't the first "Pokemon GO" event when we've seen a pseudo-legendary Pokemon swarmed towards the beginning of an event. Dratini (which in the end evolves into the Pokemon Dragonite) at first showed up in huge numbers as a feature of March's Water Festival occasion, despite the fact that it wasn't a Water Pokemon. After around 60 minutes, Niantic balanced the spawn rate so Dratini wouldn't show up all the time.
In this way, the question is whether the spawn at Pokemon GO event was a move from "Pokemon GO's" part or only a mishap. Dratini and Larvitar are both uncommon Pokemon whose last evolutions are among the most intense in the game. "Pokemon GO" has to keep these Pokemon unique to maintain the much-needed balance in the "Pokemon GO" game. Either these "swarms" are only an immediately fixed glitch, or they're a reward for players who quickly begin playing "Pokemon GO" when an event starts.
Whatever the reason, the swarm of these rare Larvitars at the beginning of the "Pokemon GO" event has officially wrapped up. Adventure Week goes through May 25th, and we'll have to see what other new surprises await us.