Niantic has just added a Shiny version of Psyduck to Pokémon Go. The Safari Zone event took place in South America, and as a result of this, a higher number of spawns of Psyduck were appearing in the game. Other than the Shiny Psyduck, players also got to see its evolution Golduck into Pokémon Go for the first time ever.
Shiny Psyduck added to Pokémon Go
Even though initially the increased spawn rates of Psyduck were meant to be experienced only during the Safari Zone event, in the areas where this took place, players were able to encounter the Pokémon much more often all around the world. It has been also reported that Trainers were sometimes occasionally stumbling upon the Water-type’s Shiny iteration. This creature has a blue color, instead of the usual yellow one.
Who is Psyduck
In case you didn’t know already, Psyduck is the most recent Pocket Monster that has joined the Shiny family, which means that players can now transform this creature as well into its Shiny version. Quite recently, Niantic also added Shiny models for Swinub, which will be the featured Pokémon for the Community Day from February. Not long ago we’ve also seen the company adding Shiny versions of Kyogre and Groudon.
Pokémon Go February Community Day is on its way
It’s definitely great to see Niantic incorporating new content into Pokémon Go, as this ensures that players will continue to remain engaged with the game.
We’ve also had an announcement from Niantic recently that the next Community Day will happen on the 16th of February and it will feature Swinub. Most probably, the Ice and Ground-type Pokémon’s shiny will also be unlocked in the game during that time. This means that for the first time, Trainers will be able to evolve their Piloswines into Mamoswine.
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