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Pokemon • Jun 27, 2019

Pokemon Go: July field research & breakthrough rewards - full list

Pokemon Go: July field research & breakthrough rewards - full list

Research breakthroughs have been confirmed for July and August but Pokemon Go trainers are still awaiting a full list of field research tasks.

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Kyogre and Groudon join Latias and Latios

Niantic have confirmed that from July 1, 1pm PDT (4pm EDT, 9pm BST) until September 1, 1pm PDT (4pm EDT, 9pm BST) Latias, Latios, Kyogre, and Groudon will be the new breakthrough rewards.

May and June also had Latias and Latios available but they were complimented with the Johto legends, Lugia and Ho-Oh. Other previous breakthrough rewards included the Regi-trio and the Kanto birds.

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Kyogre and Groudon are part of the research breakthrough rewards for the first time...

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Spinda shiny

Elsewhere, Niantic have confirmed that Spinda will once again be available as a field research encounter, but this time around its shiny form will also be available. During May and June, Spinda was a reward for completing the field research task "Make 5 great curveball throws in a row."

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July August field research tasks and rewards list

The full list of July and August field research tasks are as follows:

Source: Leek Duck

Field Research TaskEncounter/RewardChance of encountering shiny?
Catch 10 PokemonMagikarp or TeddiursaYes/No
Catch a dragon-type
DratiniYes
Catch 5 fighting-typeBreloomNo
Catch 5 water-typeSeelYes
Catch 10 ground-typeDiglettNo
Catch 3 electric, poison or normal-typePlusle or MinunYes/Yes
Catch 5 flying, dark or psychic-typePoochyenaYes
Catch 7 grass, water or fire-typeGrowlitheYes
Catch 5 Pokemon with weather boostVulpix or PoliwagNo/No
Use 5 berriesWeepinbellNo
Use 5 nanab berriesSwalotNo
Use 10 pinap berriesLoudredNo
Make 5 nice throwsGeodude or VoltorbYes/No
Make 3 great throwsGastly, Lileep or AnorithYes/Yes/Yes
Make 3 great throws in a rowOnixYes
Make 5 great curveball throws in a rowSpindaNo
Make 3 excellent throws in a rowLarvitarYes
Battle in a gymMankey or MakuhitaNo/Yes
Battle in a gym 5 timesMachopYes
Win a gym battleBulbasaur, Charmander or SquirtleYes/Yes/Yes
Win 3 gym battlesJynxNo
Win 5 gym battlesGrimerYes
Use a super effective charged attack in 7 gym battlesElectabuzzNo
Battle in a raidMedititeYes
Win a level 2 or higher raidSableyeYes
Win a level 3 or higher raidOmanyte or KabutoYes/Yes
Win 5 raidsAerodactylYes
Hatch an eggExeggcute or SpoinkNo/Yes
Hatch 3 eggsMagmarNo
Hatch 5 eggsChanseyNo
Power up Pokemon 5 timesBulbasaur, Charmander or SquirtleYes/Yes/Yes
Evolve a PokemonPidgey or EeeveeNo/Yes
Use an item to evolve a PokemonSkarmoryNo
Send 10 gifts to friendsAlolan ExeggutorYes
Trade a PokemonDrifloonYes
Transfer 3 PokemonShuppetYes
Earn 5 candies walking with your buddySlakothYes

Understanding Pokemon Go research

Understanding how field research tasks, breakthrough rewards and special quests work is essential to be a successful Pokemon Go trainer.

In addition to understanding it, it is also vital to know how to manage your research - choosing which field research tasks to complete, saving stamps, etc.

Doing this will allow you to maximize the number of legendary Pokemon you can capture in an attempt to bag one with decent IVs.

Last updated 06:49 ET, July 2, 2019

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