The Pokémon Go Fest 2020 Print At Home Kit For Is Finally Here

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Spruce up your home for the big day.
Spruce up your home for the big day. Niantic

With the Pokémon Go Fest 2020 being fully online, Trainers are going to be mainly participating home. Not to worry though as there is a way to celebrate this big event even when indoors. The Print at Home Kit has been released, which lets you assemble crafts, decorations, and other fun items in order to re-create the feel of the event no matter where in the world you are.

The kit can be access at the Pokémon Go website here. It includes:

  • Activities
    • Complete a maze, color the Go Fest logo, and decorate some pennant flags.
  • Decorations
    • Decorate your home with pennant flags and even Pokémon.
  • Papercraft
    • Pikachu Visor
      • Stay cool with this Pikachu visor.
    • Gift
      • Print this one to decorate your own home or gift to a friend.
    • Poké Ball
      • Print and have your very own Poké Ball.

All of these are available for download on either the A4 or 8.5”x11” formats.

That’s not all as you also get access to a kit where you can print and arrange tiles to assemble life-size cutouts of Team Leaders Spark, Blanche, and Candela. There’s also a version for Professor Willow. This should allow for good photo opportunities even for non-Pokémon Go players in your home.

GO Fest 2020

Pokémon Go Fest 2020 is almost here. Just in case you forgot, it’s going to be from July 25 to July 26. This is one going to be different for two important reasons. The first is that it’s going to be a purely online event. The second is that as long as you have a ticket, you can attend on both days instead of a single day. Learn more about this big event here.

For those who can’t wait for the event, Pokémon Go released weekly events to help everyone prepare. The first week was a Skill Challenge and ended on July 8. The second week was a Battle-based challenge which ends today. This one is also special because it allowed everyone to get the chance to fight against Team GO Rocket. There’s even a chance to fight against the iconic Jesse and James. The third and final weekly challenge is the Friendship-based challenge, which starts on July 17 and ends on July 22. Read more about the weekly challenges here.

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