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Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space Guide

If you’ve been playing Pokemon GO, you may be wondering how to complete Timed Research quests in Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space. In this guide, we’ll go over the Timed Research quests, how to summon Legendary Pokemon during this event, and the rewards you can expect from them.

Pokemon GO’s Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space event

The next big event coming to Pokemon GO is the Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space event. Like its predecessor, this event will reward players for completing group tasks. This time, the focus will be on the theme of space, which is the dimensional counterpart to time. The event will run from Friday, Aug. 6, at 10 a.m. local time, and will last until Tuesday, Aug. 17. It will feature the new Pokemon Palkia, and players will have the chance to collect it.

This event will also include the timed research quests and the Field Research quests. Those who complete the research tasks in Space before the deadline will be rewarded with prizes that will not be available again after the deadline. The official Pokemon Go blog has more information. There are also exclusive field research tasks, spinning PokeStops and Gyms that will be available for this event.

The Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space event has some exciting new features. For starters, players will be able to encounter Pokemon that have never been seen before, as well as Pokemon that have been region-locked. There will also be a new Shiny Palkia, which will be available to catch during the event.

Timed research quests available

You can earn in-game rewards by completing Timed Research tasks. To unlock the Ultra Unlock 2021 Part 2 Space event, you will need to complete Timed Research quests that are available during the event. You can find them by spinning Pokestops scattered in the wild.

The event will take place from August 6 to August 17 and features Raid Bosses and Timed Research quests. The events last for three days, from 10am to 8pm local time. You can complete the events to unlock new items, and you can get new shiny Pokemon and a few other bonuses.

The new Ultra Unlock part 2 features the newest Pokemon GO events and will feature new Pokemon and encounters. There will also be new 7KM eggs and Timed Research quests.

Legendary Pokemon summoned during event

Pokemon Go is about to add a whole bunch of new Legendary Pokemon. Niantic has released a look ahead to August events and teased new appearances for the game’s Legendary Pokemon. In a blog post, Niantic revealed that new Legendary Pokemon will appear after August 20th and during the August Spotlight Hours.

During the event, players can catch a variety of Legendary Pokemon including Voltorb, Porygon, Kabuto, Anorith, and more. They can also participate in event-exclusive field research. While it is not necessary to catch them all, you will want to stay stocked with supplies in order to complete research and battle.

Legendary Pokemon were introduced in the previous generation. They were created based on mythological creatures and deities and have powerful powers. They were once part of the kings of Alola and were worshipped by the ancients. However, their power was so great that they were trapped in a Brass Tower. When Ho-Oh refreshed them, they were reborn and roam the land as Legendary Pokemon.

Rewards from quests

The Ultra Unlock event is broken up into three parts: Time, Space, and Sword and Shield. Part 2 focuses on Space, with a new character introduced: Shiny Palkia. The timed quests can be completed before the 16th of August. Players will be able to see new Legendary Pokemon and Galar Pokemon if they complete the quests before the deadline.

Ultra Unlock Part 1: Time features a variety of research tasks and events. There is also a Raid Event and a Bidoof Breakout Event, with special event rewards, platinum medals, and more! The events are a great way to experience Pokemon Go’s world. There are even event-exclusive field research assignments, which can be completed at certain times. While the events are going on, the Ultra Unlock Part 1: Time event is still in progress. You can still complete the time-related research tasks until Tuesday, 3rd August, 10AM, local time.

Ultra Unlock Part 2: Space will also feature several new research quests. The quests require players to collect certain items and perform research on them. However, it’s important to note that the event is timed and the rewards will disappear if you don’t complete them before the deadline. The Raid Pool will also change after the event is over, so if you want to catch certain raids, you’ll need to do so before the event ends.