Ditto April Fool's Pokémon GO Event Confirmed By Fans – Screen Rant

Ditto will be featured in Pokémon GO’s April Fool’s Day 2022 event, with Pokémon GO players in time zones that are further ahead leaking the info.
Ditto has been confirmed by fans in timezones ahead of North America as the featured Pokémon GO species for the game’s April Fool’s Day 2022 event. Ditto being featured is an exciting opportunity to catch the sneaky, slippery Pokémon to complete Field Research tasks. Additionally, Ditto’s ability, Transform, allows it to remain hidden from players until after a catch when it reveals itself as a fun surprise.
The April Fool’s event for 2022 was teased by Pokémon GO’s April content update, where upcoming raids, gameplay changes, and Community Day events were outlined for players. Pokémon GO is also in the middle of its “Seasons of Alola” event, which has introduced numerous Pokémon species from generation Seven’s Sun and Moon, as well as offering fans research opportunities perfect for long walks in the warming weather. While many are excited about the smaller April events, details for options like the April Fool’s 2022 event weren’t outlined in the update, with planned pranks kept secret throughout the end of March.
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However, thanks to a Twitter post shared by Pokémon GO, players in North America have gotten a sneak peek at the April Fool’s Day 2022 event. Players worldwide have responded to the post, with those in different timezones revealing Ditto’s inclusion. While some players seem to be enjoying the return of Ditto and its transformation pranks, others have expressed that the event was a missed opportunity for Niantic and that much of the content felt like a repeat of past content. 
Unfortunately, the reveal of Pokémon GO’s April Fool’s 2022 event Pokémon isn’t the only thing being discussed. The comments have also shown a widespread call-to-action regarding the recent changes made to Incense mechanics within the game. Pokémon GO recently reverted the spawn rates attached to Incense to their rates previous to the COVID-19 pandemic, lowering the amount of spawning Pokémon for those not currently in motion. Pokémon GO’s director has explained the Incense change in a recent interview, but many feel that it openly targets those unable to participate for the full length of events, and damages gameplay.
However, for those eager to return to playing in groups, the changes to Pokémon GO mechanics may be the driving force to get out and play at local parks or in urban areas. While this can be difficult for those who don’t live in big cities, the game’s mission statement to get Pokémon fans outside and play as a community could lend to beneficial changes in the near future. With numerous big events currently planned for the coming months, hopefully, Pokémon GO will adjust features to ensure every player can enjoy what the game has to offer.
Next: Pokémon GO Fest Announced As Global & In-Person Event For 2022
Pokémon GO is currently available on both iOS and Android devices.
Source: Pokémon GO/Twitter
Laura Gray is a writer, illustrator and gamer in cozy Boise Idaho. They have had a wild freelance career in being a nerd, spending time traveling as a professional cosplayer and becoming a published illustrator while working the night grind as an IT tech. Laura is currently a content writer for D&D campaigns and Screenrant while working on personal writing projects for publication. They are also busy welcoming their first child into their life, which has been the best adventure life has given yet.


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