With the end of the Pokémon Go Fest 2021, players participating in this event have completed all the Global Challenges obtained by receiving all three levels of the Ultra Unlock event in Pokémon Go. The event is divided into three events, each with the own theme and bonus. For Ultra Unlock Part 2, it's a space-focused event and Pokémon from around the world will appear in places they shouldn't. This means that Pokémon that traditionally spawn in Europe could appear in North America. Unfortunately, you will have limited time to attend the event. What is the start date of Ultra Unlock Part 2 in Pokémon Go?
The event will run on August 6 at 10am and will end on August 00 at 17pm in your local time zone. The event begins a few days after Ultra Unlock Part 20 ends on August 00rd. It gives players a few days to take a little break between these two, giving everyone a chance to earn more items to catch a new wave of Pokémon and stock up on any raid passes they want to save for Palkia, the Legendary Pokémon that appears in raids at five stars for the event.
Like Dialga, Palkia's five-star raids will introduce the shiny version of this Pokémon, giving players the chance to catch this rare Pokémon. However, Palkia has only appeared in a handful of raids, and although Dialga is considered stronger than Palkia, these two are quite close to each other. If you don't catch a Dialga that you think can compete in the Master League, having a powerful Palkia can make up for it.
While Palkia will be the main event for Ultra Unlock Part 2, several Pokémon you want to catch in the wild. Also, the brilliant version of Heracross is about to be released for everyone and will be available in the game in the future. Unown U, West Sea and East Sea Shellos, Elgyem and Espurr will be in one-star raid. Alakazam, Kangaskhan and Heracross will be in three-star raids. Heatmor, Durant, red-striped and blue-striped Basculin appear in wild eggs and 7 km. Many of these Pokémon are typically limited to spawning in a particular region, but will appear worldwide for everyone.
Ultra Unlock events are free for all Pokémon Go players, so be sure to attend when you can, starting August 6 at 10:00 in your local time zone.