Pokemon Go Players will soon be able to add the much anticipated Clamperl to their Pokedex, thanks to a limited time event to be held on February 23rd. appearance of other water type Pokémon.
Clamperl, aka the Bivalve Pokémon, will appear as part of research tasks that can be achieved by running photo discs on PokéStops. These search tasks will be available during a three-hour window at the following times:
Europe, Middle East, Africa and India: February 23, 2019, from 10:00 to 13:00. UTC (GMT +0)
The Americas and Greenland: 23 February 2019 from 11:00 to 14:00. PST (GMT -8)
Asia-Pacific: February 24, 2019 from noon. at 15:00 JST (GMT +9)
Niantic and The Pokémon Company also promise to double star dust to catch water-type Pokémon during the event, but the official blog does not mention anything about increasing gloss levels or evolutions. from Clamperl. However, we know that these evolutions, Huntail and Gorebyss, will be random, in the same way that Pokémon like Wurmple and Eevee evolve in Pokemon Go.
A Pokémon like Clamperl, long gone, is good news for Pokemon Go fans, the Niantic method uses to deploy it does not sit well with some players. Offering a chance to catch a Pokémon during a three hour window in one day can be difficult for some fans of the game.