Pokemon Go trainers have a whole new set of challenges to grind their way through for Adventure Week, and some of the field research tasks have some incredible rewards.
Niantic’s in-game event runs between June 4 and June 11, allowing trainers to encounter a wide variety of Pokemon for completing different achievements. If you hadn’t already guessed from our initial image, one of which is Aerodactyl.
The rock and flying fossil type Pokemon isn’t the only one that you will run into, of course, but first you’re going to have to worry about the tasks that need completing.
There are seven challenges to complete in total for Pokemon Adventure week, some of which require you to catch a number of the same species, while others involve hatching eggs, spinning PokeStops, and even obtaining candies.
Pokemon Adventure Week challenge list
- Catch 5 Aron, for a Metal Coat evolution item
- Catch 5 Omanyte or Kabuto, for a Aerodactyl encounter
- Earn 3 Candies walking with your buddy, for an Anorith encounter
- Evolve a Lileep or Anorith, for an Onix encounter
- Hatch 2 Eggs, for a Lileep encounter, plus one Rare Candy
- Spin 2 PokeStops you haven’t visited before, for a Shieldon encounter
- Spin 25 PokeStops, for a Cranidos encounter
The in-game event is set to come to a close on June 11, as stated earlier, at 4pm (EST), 9pm (BST) and 1pm (PT).
However, these won’t be the only tasks and rewards that trainers will be able to work their way through in June, as another series of Pokemon Go Field Research tasks and Research Breakthrough rewards will be available in the month and can be completed on a daily basis. The list works the way it did in May.
June’s Pokemon Go Field Research tasks and rewards
- Hatch an Egg – Exeggcute, Spoink
- Hatch 3 Eggs – Magmar
- Hatch 5 Eggs – Chansey
- Use 5 Nanab Berries while catching Pokemon – Swalot
- Use 5 Berries while catching Pokemon – Weepinbell
- Use 10 Pinap Berries while catching Pokemon – Loudred
- Catch 5 Pokemon with Weather boost – Poliwag, Vulpix
- Catch 7 Grass, Water or Fire-type Pokemon – Growlithe
- Catch 10 Pokemon – Magikarp, Tediursa
- Catch 10 Ground-type Pokemon – Diglett
- Catch 3 Electric, Poison, or Normal-type Pokemon – Minun, Plusle
- Catch 5 Flying, Dark, or Psychic type Pokemon – Poochyena
- Catch 5 Fighting-type Pokemon – Breloom
- Catch 5 Water-type Pokemon – Seel
- Catch a Dragon-type Pokemon – Dratini
- Make 5 Nice throws – Voltorb, Geodude
- Make 3 Great throws – Gastly, Lileep, Anorith
- Make 3 Great throws in a row – Onix
- Make 5 Great Curveball throws in a row – Spinda
- Make 3 Excellent throws in a row – Larvitar
- Battle in a Gym – Makuhita, Mankey
- Battle in a Gym 5 times – Macho
- Win a Gym battle – Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle
- Win 3 Gym battles – Jynx
- Win 5 Gym battles – Grime
- Use a Super Effective Charge Attack in 7 Gym Battles – Electabuz
- Battle in a Raid – Meditite
- Win a Level 2 or higher Raid – Sableye
- Win a Level 3 or higher Raid – Omanyte, Kabuto
- Win a Raid – Bronzor
- Win 3 Raids – Absol
- Win 5 Raids – Aerodactyl
- Use an item to evolve a Pokemon – Skarmory
- Power up Pokemon 5 times – Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle
- Earn 5 Candies walking with your buddy – Slakoth
- Send 10 Gifts to Friends – Alolan Exeggutor
- Evolve a Pokemon – Pidgey, Eevee
- Trade a Pokemon – Drifloon
- Transfer 3 Pokemon – Shuppet
For those who aren’t aware, completing field research tasks on a daily basis throughout the month will reward players with stamps, which can be accumulated and after seven day’s worth of stamps, trainers make a research breakthrough.
Rewards for these breakthroughs can vary from a Rare Candy, Pokeballs, or even an encounter with a legendary Pokemon. So, let’s hope you have enough Pokeballs to catch them if they appear!