Dec 15, 2016 04:28 AM EST

'Pokemon GO' Latest News & Update: Future Events! What’s In Store This Christmas Season?

By Marcos

Trainers take note: in light of the success of the Halloween event (first of its kind), let us go predicting what could be in store for us this coming Christmas Season. The "Pokemon GO" Halloween event was such a hit that Niantic income rose significantly, and it brought many more users. It is for sure that Niantic will engage us players during this Christmas event. The Pokemon anime series offers us a lot of clues on what would be coming out as your Christmas goodies. We are very sure these will interest you.

Going back in Dec. 11, 1999, a special Christmas episode was aired in the United States. It was entitled "Holiday Hi-Jynx". In this episode, the following Pokemon made their appearances: Jynx, Lapras, and Rapidash. Here, Lapras is seen as the one who brought Ash and friends to Santa. Rapidash is also seen as the reindeer, pulling Santa's sleigh. The story ended well for our heroes. "Pokemon GO" is sure to take off from these clues from past episodes. Watch this episode in "Pokemon Go" Hub here.

It is predicted that there will be spawning of Ice Pokemon like Jynx, Lapras, Dewgong, Cloyster, Seel, and Shellder. Remember, these are predictions in light of the hints seen from past Pokemon anime episodes. Niantic has yet to confirm these.

A predicted Pokemon GO event start is on Dec. 11, and will end on Dec. 25. Bonuses and rewards will be an increase in item drops as Christmas gifts. Also, there will be an increase in Pokemon spawns like Jynx, Lapras and more. Santa hat for trainers would be made as special rewards.

Want to see further into the near future? "Pokemon GO" Easter Event: Getting a Togepi Egg. See the prediction according to Pokemon GO Hub, click here.

What do you think? What do you predict? Give us your comments below.

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