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All Crackling Voltage Field Research Tasks in Pokemon GO

Crackling Voltage Field Research TasksHere you will find a complete list of all of the Field Research Tasks associated with the Crackling Voltage event in Pokemon Go, along with the corresponding rewards.

Pokemon GO – All Crackling Voltage Field Research Tasks

The Crackling Voltage event will kick off on Sunday, January 27 and run until the following Sunday, February 5. It’s a good chance for Trainers to catch Pokemon like Voltorb and Emolga, which won’t appear in nature.

For this event, you can choose from four different Field Research Tasks. Each task and its potential rewards are listed below.

  • Catch 5 Pokemon – Plusle or Minun encounter
  • Power up Pokemon 3 times – Voltorb or Hisuian Voltorb encounter
  • Power up Pokemon 5 times – Helioptile encounter
  • Walk 3 km – Emolga encounter

To access these tasks, simply spin a PokeStop anywhere on the map. Each stop gives you a daily Field Research Task in Pokemon GO if you haven’t already completed one from that location. Not every task you receive will be part of the event, so choose wisely. Most event versions are labeled, and they will always include one of the challenges listed above. Get them while you can and hope for the best with each reward encounter.

About Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go (stylized as Pokémon GO) is an augmented reality (AR) mobile game released in 2016 by Niantic in collaboration with Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for iOS and Android devices. It employs GPS-enabled mobile devices to locate, capture, train, and battle virtual creatures known as Pokémon, which appear to be in the player’s real-world location. The game is free to play; it employs a freemium business model in conjunction with local advertising and offers in-app purchases for additional in-game items. The game began with approximately 150 Pokémon species, which had grown to approximately 700 by 2021.

Pokémon Go
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Developer(s) Niantic
Publisher(s) Niantic
Director(s) Tatsuo Nomura
Artist(s) Dennis Hwang
Yusuke Kozaki
Mieke Hutchins
Composer(s) Junichi Masuda
Series Pokémon
Engine Unity
Platform(s) iOS, iPadOS, Android
July 6, 2016
Genre(s) Augmented reality, location-based game