Mime Jr Arrives In Pokémon Go World Tourism Day Event

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At long last, Mime Jr. is here!
At long last, Mime Jr. is here! Niantic

Niantic is going to focus on regional Pokémon in its hit mobile game Pokémon Go. And with this, the studio is expected to finally bring Mime Jr. to the mobile title.

The baby Pokémon Mime Jr. can be hatched from eggs and evolved into Mr. Mime. It is worth noting, though, that only players in the EU region will be able hatch the baby. Apart from Seviper and Zangoose, Mime Jr. will be made available as a Shiny Pokémon for lucky players.

It is worth noting that both Zangoose and Seviper are considered to be migratory Pokémon. And, as of this writing, Niantic has made sure that Seviper is available in North America, South America, and Africa. Zangoose, on the other hand, is already out in the wild in Asia, Australia, and Europe.

As for regional Pokémon that can be found in your area, you can expect them to be hatched from five kilometer eggs. However, just remember that pocket monsters that not usually found around you will not appear in these eggs. In other words, if you are located in the Americas, do not expect yourself to be able to hatch any Farfetch’d.

Interestingly, there are other perks during the Pokémon Go event that you can enjoy. For starters, there is the decreased Stardust cost that you can get when trading. You can also benefit from PokéStops that can give extra XP when you spin them. You can even take advantage of some special Field Research tasks to bump up your gameplay experience. Furthermore, a brand new shirt can be purchased in the shop and it has the United Nations World Tourism Organization logo on it.

The current Pokémon Go event is going to end on October 1.

You can see the full list of Pokémon you'll be able to hatch--along with the regions each one can be found in--below:

  • Farfetch'd (Asia)
  • Kangaskhan (Australia)
  • Tauros (North America)
  • Heracross (North America)
  • Corsola (South America, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia)
  • Volbeat (Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe)
  • Illumise (North America, South America)
  • Torkoal (Asia)
  • Zangoose (Eastern Hemisphere)
  • Seviper (Western Hemisphere)
  • Lunatone (Eastern Hemisphere)
  • Solrock (Western Hemisphere)
  • Tropius (Africa, Mediterranean)
  • Relicanth (New Zealand)
  • Pachirisu (Alaska, Canada, Russia)
  • Mime Jr. (Europe)
  • Chatot (Southern Hemisphere)
  • Pansage (Asia-Pacific)
  • Pansear (Europe, Middle East, Africa, India)
  • Panpour (Americas)
  • Heatmor (Western Hemisphere)
  • Durant (Eastern Hemisphere)
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