If you have been following news of the Egg Hatching Global Mission for Pokémon Sun and Moon, there’s a good chance you’ll know both its goals were met, but now with the event finally over, the end result is colossal.
Players were only required to hatch 200,000 eggs if they wished to get 2,000/4,000 FC and 400,000 if they wanted to get a Love Ball as well. Except when the event did end on the 10th of April at 23:99 p.m. UTC, the final count is 14,503,078 eggs hatch and no it doesn’t mean players are going to receive more than 1 Love Ball to celebrate their success.
— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) April 11, 2017
Instead they’re just going to get the 1 Love Ball and 3 Rare Candy (in order to get the Rare Candy, you will have needed to have hatched three eggs yourself), which is to be given out as a Serial Code at a later date on the Pokémon Global Link, but the 2,000/4,000 FC (depends on whether or not you have a PGL account), can be collected right now and that’s not all.
Details with regards to the 6th Global Mission has already come in and the mission (which begins on the 25th of April), and it will see us having to harvest Poké Beans from the Poké Pelago.
Once even more details on the new mission comes to light, you can be sure to find them here at miketendo64.com, so until then, keep on gaming!
Source: @SerebiiNet (Twitter)Tags: 3DS, Global Missions, news, Pokemon Moon, Pokemon Sun, Serebii
This post was written by Jack Longman