Pokémon GO says goodbye to the Season of Mischief and welcomes the Legacy Season. The quarterly model is maintained in the successful Niantic title for iOS and Android, which is experiencing one of its best historical moments at the content level, now ready to maintain that state of form in a cold winter – in the northern hemisphere – that will happen news of all kinds. The Profesor Willow he needs our help; Let’s take a look at the first details, including the release and completion date of this Season of Heritage.
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Legacy season in Pokémon GO: start date and when it ends
Legacy Season begins this Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 10:00 and will be available to everyone until Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 10:00 (local time). That is to say, again a quarter, like the Season of Legends, Discoveries, Mischief … During this period, news awaits us in the form of investigations, field tasks, thematic events, legendary and mysteries that our already will present little by little. faithful teacher, Professor Willow, who has been accompanying us on this journey for more than five years.
“After witnessing the power that Hoopa released during the Season of Mischief, Professor Willow is concerned that there may be other mysterious powers that are latent in our world,” they begin by explaining in the official statement. “His research leads him to some ancient caves where you discover a large door with a strange opening mechanism. How does it work? What will be on the other side? ”, They continue. Our task for this season will be to help Professor Willow with the team leaders to “discover the secrets that this historical site hides”, Although no further details have been disclosed for now.
On the other hand, during the process we will also happen to one of the great novelties of this Legacy Season, the Tour de Pokémon GO: Lead. If you remember, at the beginning of the year we had the exciting Pokémon GO: Kanto Tour, which allowed us to access iconic creatures from the Generation I with two editions, the Red and the Green. Hopefully this time it will be something very similar.
Source | The Pokémon Company