Pokemon GO: All Ultra Bonus Rewards Confirmed, Jirachi Unlocked

Pokemon GO Jirachi Research

Pokemon GO Fest has come and gone and players around the world have successfully managed to unlock all of the Ultra Bonuses that were up for grabs. After an excruciating week of teasers and hints, the details of the Ultra Bonus events are finally here. As predicted, Jirachi Special Research is a part of the bonus, but that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Trainers around the world will be able to login to Pokemon GO in the coming weeks to take advantage of some insane bonuses. For the first time since the game launched, there will be a way for players to catch Unown without attending a specific big ticket event in a major city. This is a huge score for Pokedex completionists who aren't easily able to travel to events like SDCC, PAX, or Pokemon GO Fests.

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Pokemon GO finished its Jirachi countdown on Twitter tonight and finally started revealing helpful details about the Ultra Bonus rewards in a series of tweets. So far, here is everything that has been confirmed about the bonuses...

This is a lot to process here. So, Jirachi Special Research is available right away. Players can start tearing through those quests as soon as they are ready. This adds a long-awaited Legendary to the Pokedex, which is going to make a lot of players very happy. The rest of the bonuses will roll out slowly throughout September during the Ultra Bonus event windows that were announced last week.

The festivities will kick off with the Unown and Johto event, then move on to a regional hatching event, and finally wrap up with a shiny Mewtwo event. That's a ton of activity to keep trainers busy throughout September. There will be a lot that players can do to take full advantage of the coming bonuses, so be ready to check back for some guides in the coming days.

Be sure to check back in the near future for more Pokemon GO strategy guides, news, and updates. Until then, good luck out there trainers!

Pokemon GO is available now in select regions on Android and iOS devices.

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Source: Pokemon GO Twitter

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