Published: Tue, May 08, 2018
Science | By Michele Flores

Pokemon Go Fest And Safari Zone Events Return This Summer

Pokemon Go Fest And Safari Zone Events Return This Summer

Niantic promises a 1.8-mile course in the park that will include physical installations as well as exclusive activities.

Pokemon GO may be a successful game, but sadly that didn't translate into a successful event when Niantic hosted the Pokemon GO Fest a year ago.

Despite having encountered myriad problems in 2017, the game developer Niantic has now officially revealed its decision to implement the return of its Pokemon GO Fest this summer in Chicago, Illinois.

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In a press release announcing the event, Niantic CEO John Hanke acknowledged last year's shortcomings while pointing to a number of other successful events.

Single day tickets for Pokemon Go Fest will go on sale on May 11th and will cost $20. According to GameSpot, this will be free to attend for players. "It will take place in Lincoln Park and will feature in-game activities in the park and throughout the city as well as connected gameplay events around the world". Niantic will also continue to hold Community Days throughout the summer. There will also be a Safari Zone event in Yokosuka, Japan later this summer. There will be additional activities spread throughout the entire city district of Dortmund, though like Pokemon Go Fest this year, we don't know what kinds of things there'll be for trainers to do. The Safari Zone is coming to Dortmund, Germany from June 30 through July 1 in Westfalenpark. A Yokosuka, Japan Safari Zone is planned for later this summer, followed by other events in Asia. Notably, Pokemon Go was not invited to attend this year's annual Pikachu Outbreak Festival in Yokohama, so this event appears to be a replacement of sorts.

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