Pokemon GO Field Research Guide – How to Get, Breakthroughs & More

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Here’s a full rundown of everything you need to know about Field Research and Field Research Breakthroughs in Pokemon GO!

In addition to catching as many Pokemon as possible, Pokemon GO players also want to complete Research Tasks, both big and small.

If you want a bite-size challenge to do in Pokemon GO then Field Research Tasks are probably for you. Plus, if you complete enough, you’ll get a great reward for reaching a Field Research breakthrough!

What is Field Research in Pokemon GO?

How to get field research tasks, types of field research task, how to remove field research tasks, what are field research stamps, research breakthrough rewards.

A Field Research Task is a small mission that Pokemon GO players can complete to get a Research Breakthrough reward at the end of each week. These missions will always be simple tasks, such as using Berries to catch Pokemon, or powering up a creature of your choice.

Each Field Research will also give players a minor reward upon completion.

There are a variety of different Field Research Tasks that players can get, each requiring players to do something different in-game. These Tasks can ask players to do anything from catching Pokemon to battling in Raids and all give a small reward upon completion.

The harder the Field Research Task, the better the reward!

You can view your current Field Research Tasks by pressing the binoculars icon in the bottom right of your screen.

Pokemon GO View Field Research Tasks

To get a Field Research Task in Pokemon GO, you must go up to a PokeStop or Gym and spin it.

  • Find a PokeStop or Gym and walk up to it
  • If it is a Gym, you will also need to press the Photo Disc icon in the bottom right of the screen
  • Swipe left or right to spin the photo disc
  • You will get some XP, items, and a new Field Research Task (if you have space to take on another Task)

If you’re lucky, you may also get an Egg for spinning a PokeStop. Check out our Pokemon GO Eggs guide for more information on how to hatch them !

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You can only get one Field Research Task per day from each PokeStop or Gym (these reset at midnight local time) and can only hold a maximum of 3 at a time. However, there is no limit on how many you can complete each day.

Additionally, players will get a random Field Research Task every day at 12 AM.

There are 5 different types of Field Research Tasks in Pokemon GO. You can tell what type of Field Research it is by the tab in the bottom right corner of the Task.

  • Obtained by Spinning a PokeStop or Gym
  • No colored tab
  • Automatically given to every Pokemon Trainer at 12 AM every day if they have less than 3 Field Research Tasks
  • Obtained by spinning a PokeStop or Gym during an in-game event
  • Obtained by visiting a sponsored location
  • Obtained by spinning a PokeStop during the 2022 GO Fest Finale event
  • Dark purple, yellow, red or lime green tab

To remove Field Research Tasks you don’t want to complete, you need to press the trash can icon in the top right corner of the Task you want to remove.

  • Press the binoculars icon in the bottom right corner to see your Field Research
  • Find the Field Research Task you want to remove
  • Press the trash can icon in the top right of that Field Research Task

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The first time you complete a Field Research Task each day, you are awarded a Field Research Stamp.

Once you collect 7 Field Research Stamps, you get a Field Research Breakthrough. This gives you a number of rewards as well as a Pokemon encounter.

The reward Pokemon you encounter from a Field Research Breakthrough changes every month. You can find this information on the Pokemon GO website .

Pokemon GO Field Research Progress

For reaching a Field Research Breakthrough, you will get:

  • 2000 Stardust
  • A Pokemon Encounter (the Research Breakthrough Pokemon changes every month)
  • 20 Poke Balls
  • 5 Ultra Balls
  • 5 Pinap Berries
  • 3 Rare Candy
  • 1 Sinnoh Stone
  • 1 Unova Stone

Find out all of the Pokemon you can evolve with Sinnoh Stones and Unova Stones .

Pokemon GO Field Research Breakthrough Rewards

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Special Research List

Special Research Lines come in two main flavors: Unlimited and Limited. Unlimited lines unlock at specific points in the game, and  are available to complete at the player's leisure. Limited lines have specific requirements to unlock such as playing during a specific time period, and may or may not have a time-limit. 

Unlimited Special Research

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Research System Breakdown

Research Tasks are divided into four categories:

  • Field Research - Single-objective goals such as spinning PokeStops and catching Pokemon that reward items and one "stamp" (1 per day). These are the tasks outlined above.
  • Special Research - Story based multi-objective goals such as catching and transferring Pokemon that have unknown rewards
  • Paid Research  - Similar to Special Research, but a ticket must be purchased in order to actually enjoy these Research lines. These are frequently tied to events or seasons.
  • Research Breakthrough - Rewards based on collecting stamps that reward Stardust, items, and a Pokemon encounter. 

Task Mechanics

A trainer can hold up to 3 tasks at a time, 4 including an AR task. Also, trainers can trash a task if they do not want to try to complete it.

Trainers receive tasks from spinning PokeStops, and each Pokestop gives the same task to all trainers during the day. If the reward is an encounter, all trainers receive the same species (though IVs will differ). If you get a task on Monday from a stop and don’t clear it until Tuesday, you will not be able to get a task from that same PokeStop on Tuesday as once you receive a task, you will not receive another one from that PokeStop. However, if you delete a task, you can go back to that stop later in the day to get it again.

Various events frequently have their own unique set of tasks with event-themed rewards. Community Days in particular bend the Research rule a bit, as the research assigned to each Stop for the day changes to Community Day-themed research for the duration of the event, and revert back to normal after the event. Note that completing research from a given stop at any point during a given day will cause it to remain claimed for the rest of said day regardless of event-themed task changes. 

Tasks give a variety of rewards, often based on the challenge you had to complete. Rewards can be encounters, Stardust, or items such as balls, potions, revives, TMs, and Rare Candy. Generally, more difficult tasks will have higher rewards.

Encounters from tasks are level 15 Pokemon with IVs of at least 10 in all 3 stats. After clearing an encounter task, you will be taken to the encounter. The Pokemon will not be weather boosted regardless of the in-game weather. You can run from the encounter and come back to it in the future.

Once you clear an encounter task, you can immediately collect a new task. Interestingly enough, you can save a large number of encounters! Some trainers do this and choose to catch them during a Lucky Egg or Star Piece session.

Each day when you complete your first task, you receive a Research Stamp. When you have 7 stamps, you will receive a Research Breakthrough.

Research Breakthrough rewards change each season.

General Tips

Special research tasks do not give a daily stamp - only field research does Minimum level for Special Research is level 5 Pokemon encounters appear to be at level Many players have a “refill loop” or “grind loop” of stops and gyms in their PoGo lives, often one they hit multiple times each day.. If you have the option, add a second loop. Having multiple loops will greatly increase the number of tasks seen Try to keep one open task so you can always pick a new one up when you visit a Pokestop for the first time in a day. Find a network of players to report tasks, perhaps through your raid chat of choice. You won’t be able to check every stop, so if people call out TM, Rare Candy or Chansey quests it can really help. Some communities have focused on calling out Charmander encounter quests. This is a great way to farm high IV Pokemon before a community day. Some encounters have very large hit-boxes. Save these for when you are working on a 3 excellent or 3 great throw in a row quest. Try not to hold more than 1 long term quest. Remember there is an opportunity cost to holding 3 “Catch a Ditto for 3 Rare Candy” tasks. Obviously the payoff is awesome, but in the meantime you are missing out on so many other potential rewards from other tasks you cannot get. Don’t miss a day of Research Progress. If you don’t think you can play much tomorrow, leave one task unclaimed today. Tomorrow you can wake up, claim the task, and make progress towards your Research Breakthrough. Consider weather, biome, and active events when deciding whether to keep or delete a task. You likely aren’t going to quickly complete the “3 Pidgey or Murkrow” task on a sunny day during a rock event, but you should blow through “catch 5 Pokemon with Weather Boost” on a cloudy day during a fighting event. If you don’t throw excellents well, it’s not the end of the world to toss a task requiring an excellent throw. Holding on to tasks without substantial rewards for a long period of time is a big mistake. In general, take your playstyle into account when deciding to keep or delete a task. Do you battle gyms constantly? Then the Minium task isn’t bad as you will quickly turn it over. Did you already use your raid pass for the day? Then don’t hold on to that “Defeat a level 3 raid for some potions” type tasks. Free to play? Then the hatch 3 eggs” quest is probably an easy one to delete. Have a task that you know you cannot complete quickly at a stop near your house? Well trash that task while you grind. Then as you return home you can grab it later in the day. That way you can cycle through more tasks without it clogging your inventory. Remember that reward encounters and the Research Breakthrough reward have a 0% flee rate. Use pinaps liberally! Keep track of local nests. “Catch 3 Bugs” is much easier when you know there is a Caterpie nest a couple blocks away.

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Types of Research

Professor Willow is seeking Trainers to help study the mysterious world of Pokémon. By completing research tasks, you can contribute to the Professor’s discoveries and earn rewards for yourself at the same time. Research tasks may include objectives such as catching certain Pokémon, walking a certain distance with your Buddy Pokémon, or winning Gym Battles.

For each task you complete, you’ll unlock a reward. The more challenging a research task is, the greater the reward. When you complete a series of research tasks, you’ll unlock even more rewards.

There are different types of Pokémon Research: Field Research, Special Research, Timed Research, and Level-Up Research. Field Research tasks can be collected by visiting nearby PokéStops or automatically during specified time periods. Sponsored Research is a type of Field Research that can only be collected by visiting sponsored locations. Special Research is guided by Professor Willow with more challenging tasks but with greater rewards. Timed Research is similar to Special Research but is only available for a specified period of time. Level-Up Research is a set of challenging tasks that Trainers need to complete in order to level up beyond Level 40.

Some research tasks will offer multiple paths, each featuring unique tasks and rewards. Choose carefully, as you will be unable to reverse or update your selection once it’s been made.

Field Research

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You can collect and make progress on up to 4 Field Research tasks at a time. However, you can only collect up to 3 tasks from PokéStops; the fourth slot only opens up if you receive Bonus Research with 3 tasks already in your inventory.

After you complete a task and tap to claim its reward, you free up space to collect another task. If you find a task too difficult, you have the option to discard it. Tap the trash button in the corner of a task to discard it.

As you complete more tasks, you earn Stamps which unlock Research Breakthroughs. You can earn up to one Stamp per day for each Field Research task you complete. After you earn 7 Stamps, you will achieve a Research Breakthrough and receive additional rewards.

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Field Research tasks may also reflect the current Season or in-app event and appear with a gold border and the label “Event.”

Tip: You can complete Field Research tasks together with friends. You and your friends will receive the same Field Research task if you visit the same PokéStops on the same day.

Sponsored Research

If you spin the Photo Disc at a sponsored in-game location, you may receive a special type of Field Research: Sponsored Research. Sponsored locations appear on the Map with a marker to distinguish them from other locations. The Photo Disc will also display a “SPONSORED” label at the top. Spin the Photo Disc at sponsored locations to collect Sponsored Research.

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Sponsored research will appear alongside other Field Research tasks in your Binoculars menu, distinguished by a colored banner and the “Sponsored” label. It behaves just like other Field Research tasks in that you can collect one Sponsored Research task per sponsored location per day, you can discard the task and completing it will make progress towards your Research Breakthrough.

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Please note that, if you are logging in using a child account, you may need special permissions to be enabled through the Parent Portal to see sponsored locations.

Special Research

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Special Research is similar to Field Research but different in several ways. Unlike Field Research, Special Research cannot be obtained by spinning PokéStops, completion doesn't award Stamps, and tasks cannot be discarded. Rather, Professor Willow will contact you directly to request assistance with Special Research. These tasks will take you on a multi-part journey to make important discoveries.

Like Field Research, Trainers receive a reward for each Special Research task they complete. After they complete a series of Special Research tasks, Trainers unlock even greater and more valuable rewards for their contributions. While Trainers cannot repeat Special Research tasks, Professor Willow will periodically seek assistance with new tasks.

Timed Research

Timed Research is similar to Special Research but disappears after a specified period of time, whereas Special Research remains available until completed.

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Timed Research may appear in your Today View during particular events. Keep an eye on our official blog to learn about upcoming events where Timed Research will be available.

Level-Up Research

Certain levels will require you to gain XP and complete Level-Up Research before you're able to move onto the next level. Level-Up Research will appear automatically in your Trainer Profile once you’ve reached level 40.

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Pokémon Go: all Field Research Tasks in December 2023

  • Author: Marco Wutz

Aside from Spotlight Hours and 5-Star Raids , each new month brings a round of fresh Field Research Tasks to the table in Pokémon Go .

You receive these quests when spinning the photo discs at PokéStops with each of the landmarks granting you one task per day. Each mission comes with its own reward such as a Pokémon encounter, a few items, or mega energy. Completing seven Field Research Tasks on seven different days will lead to a Research Breakthrough, which comes with a Pokémon encounter and a larger item reward.

Here are all Field Research Tasks you can complete in Pokémon Go in December  2023 .

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Pokémon Go: Field Research Tasks in December 2023

Catch tasks.

  • Catch 5 Pokémon with Weather Boost : Poliwag (s) , Vulpix (s) , Hippopotas (s) , Snover (s) , Wingull (s) , Roggenrola (s) , or Vanillite
  • Catch 5 Pokémon : Cubchoo (s) or Bergmite (s)
  • Catch 7 Pokémon : Magikarp (s) , Stufful (s) , or Wimpod
  • Catch 10 Pokémon : Jigglypuff (s) , Morelull (s) , or Sufful (s)
  • Catch 7 different species of Pokémon : Golett (s)
  • Catch 15 different species of Pokémon : Sandygast
  • Catch a Dragon-type Pokémon : Bagon (s) , Dratini (s) , or Axew (s)
  • Catch 5 Grass- or Ice-type Pokémon : Smoliv, Vanillite, or Snover (s)
  • Use 5 Berries to help catch Pokémon : Dwebble (s) or Surskit (s)
  • Catch 10 Grass-type Pokémon : 10 Venusaur or Sceptile Mega Energy
  • Catch 10 Fire-type Pokémon : 10 Charizard or Blaziken Mega Energy
  • Catch 10 Water-type Pokémon : 10 Blastoise or Swampert Mega Energy
  • Catch 10 Normal-type Pokémon : 10 Pidgeot Mega Energy

Throw Tasks

  • Make 5 Nice Throws : Diglett (s) , Alolan Diglett (s) , or Sudowoodo (s)
  • Make 10 Nice Throws : Wooper (s) or Paldean Wooper (s)
  • Make 3 Great Throws : Clamperl (s) , Kabuto (s) , Omanyte (s) , Elgyem (s) , or Binacle (s)
  • Make 5 Great Throws : Scraggy (s) or Tadbulb
  • Make 3 Great Throws in a row : Lileep (s) or Anorith (s)
  • Make 5 Great Curveball Throws : Darumaka (s) or Galarian Darumaka (s)
  • Make 5 Great Curveball Throws in a row : Spinda (Pattern #1) (s)
  • Make 2 Excellent Throws : Dratin (s)
  • Make 3 Excellent Throws in a row : Larvitar (s) , Beldum (s) , or Gible (s)

Buddy Tasks

  • Earn 2 Candies walking with your buddy : Jigglypuff (s) , Litleo (s) , Glameow (s) , Dedenne (s) , Buneary (s) , or Bunnelby (s)
  • Earn 3 Candies walking with your buddy : Stunfisk (s) or Galarian Stunfisk (s)

Other Tasks

  • Win a raid : Lapras (s)
  • Win a 3-Star Raid or higher : Archen (s) or Tirtouga (s)
  • Win 2 raids : Galarian Weezing (s)
  • Win 5 raids : Alolan Marowak (s) , Alolan Exeggcutor (s) , or Aerodactyl (s)
  • Evolve a Pokémon : Eevee (s)
  • Hatch an Egg : Scyther (s) , Sudowoodo (s) , Nincada (s) , Trubbish (s) , or Meowth (s)
  • Hatch 2 Eggs : Mawile (s) , Sneasel (s) , Feebas (s) , Meowth (s) , or Galarian Meowth (s)
  • Explore 2 km : Ponyta (s) or Galarian Ponyta (s)
  • Spin 3 PokéStops or Gyms : Remoraid (s) , Ralts (s) , Aron (s) , or Doduo (s)
  • Spin 5 PokéStops or Gyms : Growlithe (s) , Hisuian Growlithe (s) , Slowpoke (s) , or Galarian Slowpoke (s)
  • Take a snapshot of a wild Pokémon : Trapinch (s) , Croagunk (s) , or Cottonee (s)
  • Take 3 snapshots of different wild Grass-type Pokémon : Scyther (s)
  • Take 3 snapshots of  different wild Ice-type Pokémon : Cryogonal
  • Take 3 snapshots of  different wild Fairy-type Pokémon : Mawile (s)
  • Power up Pokémon 3 times : Bulbasaur (s) , Charmander (s) , or Squirtle (s)
  • Power up Pokémon 5 times : Snivy (s) , Tepig (s) , or Oshawott (s)
  • Power up Pokémon 5 times : 10 Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, Pidgeot, Beedrill, Manectric, or Aggron Mega Energy
  • Power up Pokémon 7 times : Rowlett, Litten, or Popplio
  • Power up Pokémon 10 times : 25 Pidgeot, Abomasnow, or Glalie Mega Energy
  • Win in GO Battle League : Spheal (s) , Frillish (Male) (s) , Frillish (Female) (s) or Meditie (s)
  • Defeat 3 Team GO Rocket Grunts : Skrelp (s) or Stunky
  • Purify 3 Shadow Pokémon : Alolan Meowth (s) or Absol (s)
  • Trade a Pokémon : Shelmet (s) or Karrablast (s)
  • Send 5 gifts and add a sticker to each : Delibird (s)

Pokémon marked with (s) are available in the Shiny variant.

Various Field Research Tasks may also contain item rewards instead of Pokémon encounters.

Pokémon Go: Research Breakthrough rewards in December 2023

Completing seven Field Research Tasks on seven different days – it does not have to be a consecutive streak – will grant you access to a Research Breakthrough . In addition to a random assortment of items a Research Breakthrough will reward you with a Pokémon encounter.

Previously, this reward would change on a monthly basis, but with Season 9 Mythical Wishes developer Niantic introduced seasonal rewards. You will now encounter one out of a possible pool of six Pokémon after achieving a Research Breakthrough.

Research Breakthrough reward pool in December 2023:

  • Galarian Weezing (s)
  • Galarian Mr. Mime (s)
  • Furfrou (Natural) (s)

In addition, you gain 2,000 Stardust, 3,000 XP, and one out of the following list of item rewards:

  • 3x Rare Candy
  • 5x Pinap Berry
  • 20x Pokéball
  • 5x Ultra Ball
  • 1x Sinnoh Stone
  • 1x Unova Stone

You can store up to 100 completed Field Research Tasks at any time.

Some players will save up specific tasks such as quests with Stardust rewards or a certain Pokémon and turn them in at a more opportune time. This could be an event with a bonus to Stardust gains or a Spotlight Hour granting double candies for catching Pokémon. Such a move ensures that you gain the maximum amount of rewards possible from these tasks.

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Master Pokémon GO Research

Master Pokémon GO Research

Research is the newest craze in Pokémon GO , and you’ll find it makes finding wild Pokémon even more fun and rewarding. Research is the new key to finding powerful Pokémon, rare items, and even encountering Legendary and Mythical Pokémon!

Whether you’re new to research or looking to make the most of this exciting new feature, we’re here to help. Read on to maximize your rewards from both Field Research and Special Research.

Research 101

There are two types of research that Trainers can help Professor Willow with: Field Research and Special Research. Field Research spans almost every activity in Pokémon GO. These tasks can be found by visiting PokéStops, and you can complete lots of them each day. The rewards vary—even for the same task—including almost any item, Stardust, or even an encounter with a wild Pokémon. Harder tasks normally yield better rewards.

Special Research requires more effort to complete, and these tasks will be assigned to you by Professor Willow himself. He’ll pop up in the app whenever he has a new research task for you to take on. You can check your current research tasks by tapping the binoculars icon above Nearby Pokémon. Each Special Research task can be completed only once.

The first batch of Special Research quests focuses on Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region. It won’t be easy, but the grand prize is worth working for—a chance to catch Mew, the first Mythical Pokémon available in Pokémon GO! You’ll also earn fantastic items as you complete stages of Special Research, including Rare Candy, Stardust, and XP.

Plan Ahead for Special Research

Each player receives the same Special Research tasks from Professor Willow in the same order, so you can complete several objectives more easily with some planning.

First, be ready to trigger some tough Evolutions. For example, if you plan on catching Mew, you’re going to need to evolve Magikarp, so conserve your Magikarp Candy. You’ll need to evolve a Magikarp into Gyarados as part of Mew’s Special Research (you must do this during Special Research—having already evolved a Magikarp into a Gyarados prior to taking on the Special Research task won't satisfy the requirement), and at 400 Magikarp Candy per Evolution, you don’t want to be caught empty-handed. You’ll also need to be level 25 and have 100 Pokémon originally discovered in the Kanto region registered in your Pokédex, so be sure to track down any Nearby Pokémon you haven’t registered.

You’ll need to deal with many other tasks as they come around, and there are more tricks to speed things along. Don’t forget that different Buddy Pokémon find Candy at different rates, so you might want to switch to a buddy like Swablu or Wailmer that finds Candy every kilometer if you’re looking to rush things along. And if you’re the type of player who normally only takes on Raids against Legendary Pokémon, don’t forget that you can complete research tasks with easier Raids that can be completed by smaller groups.

Complete Field Research Daily

Completing Field Research won’t get you any closer to Mew, but Research Breakthroughs provide some serious motivation to head out into the field. The first Field Research task you complete each day will net you a special stamp. You’ll make a Research Breakthrough each time you collect seven of these stamps, and with each breakthrough comes some fantastic rewards.

The most exciting reward for making a Research Breakthrough is an encounter with a rare Pokémon. As of this posting, the Legendary Pokémon Moltres awaits dedicated researchers—but different Pokémon could be available in the future. Moltres is exceptionally rare, and Moltres Candy is hard to come by, so take advantage of this opportunity. You’ll also score a bounty of XP, Stardust, and some items.

Don’t worry if you miss a day of Field Research. Unlike the streaks for catching Pokémon and for visiting PokéStops, your progress toward a Research Breakthrough won’t be reset if you can’t go exploring one day. Field Research tasks don’t count as complete until you accept their reward, so you can even finish a Field Research objective one day and then turn it in the next day to earn a quick stamp.

Rack Up Rare Candy

Undertaking research is also a great way to earn some Rare Candy—one of the most valuable items in Pokémon GO. Rare Candy can become any other type of Candy, helping you to power up or evolve whichever Pokémon you like. Raid Battles were previously the only way to collect Rare Candy, but now you can also earn some through research.

You’ll sometimes earn a few Rare Candy when you make Research Breakthroughs. You can receive five more by completing enough Special Research tasks. Certain Field Research tasks may also reward this incredible item—make sure to complete these tasks if you receive them!

Don’t Fear Missing Out

It’s fun to try to complete each Field Research task you’re given, but remember that you can only hold up to three tasks at once. If a task seems too tough to complete for its reward, you can drop it by tapping the trash can icon in the upper-right corner of the task.

Be discerning if you get a bunch of tasks to catch Pokémon you rarely see. There’s no penalty for dropping Field Research tasks, and you can retrieve them at the same PokéStop you got them from until the end of the day if you change your mind.

The Pokémon in Question

If you see a question mark on some tall grass as a Field Research reward, you could be in for a treat. Once you finish your task, you’ll jump into an encounter with a wild Pokémon. Dozens of different Pokémon can be encountered this way, many of which were first discovered in the Kanto region—perfect for Mew’s Special Research.

It’s worth catching these Pokémon even if you happen to have some duplicates. Like Raid Bosses and Pokémon hatched from Eggs, Pokémon you encounter through Field Research tend to perform better in battle than other wild Pokémon do. These encounters aren't affected by the weather.

Field Research tasks can yield some extremely rare Pokémon. Think twice before discarding difficult Field Research tasks like “Catch a Dragon-type Pokémon,” “Win 5 Raids,” or “Make 3 Excellent Throws.” It might take you a while to complete them, but your hard work could lead to encounters with rare Pokémon like Dratini, Typhlosion, and Larvitar!

Research Efficiently

You can often complete tasks with similar objectives at the same time. This can be a great way to get lots of research done quickly—and it might encourage you to complete tasks you’d normally avoid, too.

Field Research tasks to make Nice, Great, or Excellent Throws or to throw Curveballs can be completed simultaneously. If you have Field Research tasks to make, Nice Throws, Great Throws, and Excellent Throws, making an Excellent Throw would advance all three quests at once.

If all your current tasks require you to make accurate throws, you may want to avoid catching the Pokémon. For instance, you could complete Field Research to make five Nice Throws by hitting the same Pokémon with five Nice Throws if it keeps breaking out of your Poké Balls. Large, feisty Pokémon like Nosepass and Onix make easy targets for this sort of task. Just don’t flee from the encounter yourself, which will void your progress.

That’s enough research about research—time to get out there. Good luck, Trainers!

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List of Special Research tasks

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This is a list of all Special Research campaigns in Pokémon GO . Once a Trainer unlocks any of the Special Research campaigns, they keep that Special Research forever until they complete it. Visit the following articles for information about tasks and rewards.

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  • 11.10 World of Wonders

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At level 8, Trainers unlock A Troubling Situation , which introduces Team GO Rocket and Shadow Pokémon . Once A Troubling Situation is complete, Trainers gain access to the currently-active Team GO Rocket research line. Additional Team GO Rocket Special Research cannot be unlocked while a previous one is in progress past page 1, making it possible to miss newer ones.

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Pokémon Go Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenges, research tasks and bonuses

Three Ultra Beasts arrive in Pokémon Go!

Ultra Space Wonders sees the arrival of three Ultra Beasts into Pokémon Go - Naganadel, Stakataka and Blacephalon.

While Stakataka and Blacephalon are regionally exclusive Pokémon assigned to five-star raids , Naganadel is evolved from Poipole who you should already have caught via the World of Wonders special research quest in Pokémon Go .

Alongside these new Pokémon, there are Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenges and event-exclusive research tasks to complete. Not to forget about the release of shiny Mareanie and the last stage of the World of Wonder Special Research quest.

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  • Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Catch Pokémon list
  • Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Research Pokémon list
  • Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Raid Pokémon list
  • Ultra Space Wonders field research tasks
  • Everything else we know about Ultra Space Wonders

Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Catch Pokémon list in Pokémon Go

The Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Catch is running in Pokémon Go until Tuesday 28th May at 8pm (local time) .

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By completing this challenge, you'll both unlock a set of rewards and add progress to your Elite Collector Medal. Let this challenge expire though and you'll receive nothing.

Here are all of the Pokemon in the Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Catch, along with how to find them:

  • Tentacool - In the wild
  • Skrelp - In the wild
  • Mareanie - In the wild

For completing this challenge, you'll receive 1000 XP and a Mareanie encounter.

Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Research Pokémon list in Pokémon Go

The Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Research is running in Pokémon Go until Tuesday 28th May at 8pm (local time) . Finishing this challenge will grant you a set of rewards and progress to your Elite Collector Medal. If you don't complete it before the deadline though, you'll get nothing.

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To complete this challenge though, you must catch these Pokémon by completing their associated research tasks. Thankfully, the Ultra Space Wonders event comes equipped with event-exclusive field research tasks for all three Pokémon. While we're yet to test it, you might also find that the seasonal field research tasks work as well.

Below you'll find all of the Pokémon in the Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Research, along with how to find them:

  • Nidoran Female - Event-exclusive research task (Catch 10 Pokémon) and seasonal field research task (Make 10 Nice Throws )
  • Nidoran Male - Event-exclusive research task (Catch 10 Pokémon) and seasonal field research task (Make 10 Nice Throws)
  • Trubbish - Event-exclusive research task (Power up Pokémon 10 times) and seasonal field research task (Hatch an Egg )

For completing this challenge, you'll receive 5000 XP and a Trubbish encounter.

Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge Raid Pokémon list in Pokémon Go

The Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Raid is running in Pokémon Go until Tuesday 28th May at 8pm (local time) . Finishing this challenge will grant you a set of rewards and progress to your Elite Collector Medal. If you don't complete it before the deadline though, you'll get nothing.

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As the name suggests, you must catch these Pokémon after successfully defeating them in a raid to have them count towards this Collection Challenge.

Below you'll find all of the Pokémon in the Ultra Space Wonders Collection Challenge: Raid, along with how to find them:

  • Bagon - In one-star raids
  • Deino - In one-star raids
  • Druddigon - In three-star raids

For completing this challenge, you'll receive 10,000 XP and a Mareanie encounter.

The World of Wonders Season is coming to an end in Pokémon Go. Enjoy the last event - Ultra Space Wonders - and complete the final stage of World of Wonders , so you can evolve Poipole into Naganadel! You can also work on the Masterwork Research: Catching Wonders quest for a Master Ball and Glitz and Glam quest for a Diancie. Don't forget to try out Routes , Gift Exchange and Party Play while you're hunting down rare Pokémon , fighting in the Go Battle League or competing in PokéStop Showcases .

Ultra Space Wonders field research tasks in Pokémon Go

If you spin a PokéStop during the Ultra Space Wonders event in Pokémon Go, you might find yourself collecting an event-exclusive field research task. These tasks can be saved in your field research collection and completed after the event if you so choose. We recommend completing some of these tasks during the event though as it will help you complete one of the above Collection Challenges.

Here are the Ultra Space Wonders field research tasks in Pokémon Go:

  • Catch 10 Pokémon reward - Nidoran Female or Nidoran Male encounter
  • Power up Pokémon 5 times reward - Trubbish encounter
  • Power up Pokémon 10 times reward - Mareanie encounter
  • Win a raid reward - Goomy or Jangmo-o encounter

Thank you to SilphScience from reddit for the help with this information!

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Everything else we know about Ultra Space Wonders in Pokémon Go

The Ultra Space Wonders event marks the release of Naganadel in Pokémon Go. You can now evolve the Poipole you earned from the World of Wonders Special Research quest by catching 20 Dragon-type Pokémon while it's your buddy and then using 200 Poipole Candy.

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The final part of the World of Wonders Special Research quest will also be released as part of this event. If you haven't claimed this quest yet, then you need to do so before Saturday 1st June at 9:59am (local time) . If you miss this deadline, then you'll also miss your chance to add Poipole and Naganadel to your Pokédex for the time being.

Naganadel isn't the only Ultra Beast being released as part of Ultra Space Wonders though as both Stakataka and Blacephalon are also making their debuts. (Though I could have done without Blacephalon. Not a fan of Blacephalon...)

It's important to note that both of these Ultra Beasts are regionally exclusive . Stakataka can only be found in five-star raids in the Eastern Hemisphere , while Blacephalon can only be found in Western Hemisphere raids. If you want to catch both, then you can use apps like Poke Genie and Remote Raid Passes to take part in these raids. Though we may see them swap hemispheres in the far future as regionally exclusive Pokémon sometimes to do...

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Meanwhile, there's also one bonus running until the Ultra Space Wonders event finishes on Tuesday 28th May at 8pm (local time) - double XP for winning Ultra Beast raid battles. Perfect if you're planning on battling the new Ultra Beasts a couple of times!

The following Pokémon will also be appearing more frequently in the wild during the event:

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Ultra Space Wonders also sees the release of shiny Mareanie and Toxapex!

If you prefer raids, however, you'll be able to fight the following Pokémon during Ultra Space Wonders:

You can also partake in PokéStop Showcase and purchase new avatar items - Naganadel Jacket and Pants - from the in-game store.

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Finally, there is a pay-to-play timed research quest running throughout the Ultra Space Wonders event. This quest costs $5 or the equivalent pricing tier in your local currency. While it is nonrefundable and can not be purchased using PokéCoin, you can gift this quest to a play you're Great Friends or higher with.

Hope you enjoy the Ultra Space Wonders event!

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Pokémon Go ‘Let’s Go’ Special Research Tasks and rewards

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Pokémon Go has a new Special Research Task set, titled “ Let’s Go ,” which is the same name as the event that brought it to the game (confusing!).

The research is free, and you have until June 1 to claim it . Once you log in and begin, it’ll stick around forever, so there’s no rush in completing it.

The rewards are completely free, and sees the debut of the Master Ball . Thankfully, tasks are easy enough to complete, so it’s worth completing as you play your usual amount of Pokémon Go . In other words — no specific need to grind!

Below, we’ve listed out the steps to the “Let’s Go” Special Research, which was concluded on May 22, 2023 , with the introduction of steps four to six.

Let’s Go step 1 of 6

  • Catch 10 Pokémon (5 Poké Balls)
  • Make 10 curveball throws (5 Razz Berries)
  • Power up Pokémon 5 times (1,000 Stardust)

Rewards : 1,500 XP, Mankey encounter

Let’s Go step 2 of 6

  • Catch 15 Pokémon (10 Poké Balls)
  • Make 10 great throws (5 Pinap Berries)
  • Transfer 20 Pokémon (5 Great Balls)

Rewards : 2,000 XP, Meditite encounter

Let’s Go step 3 of 6

  • Power up Pokémon 10 times (10 Great Balls)
  • Make 7 great throws (1 Lure Module)
  • Defeat a Team Go Rocket grunt (3 Revives)

Rewards : 2,500 XP, Machoke encounter

Let’s Go step 4 of 6

  • Catch a Pokémon (500 XP)

Rewards : 1,000 XP, 1,000 Stardust

Let’s Go step 5 of 6

  • Catch 25 Pokémon (2,500 Stardust)
  • Defeat 3 Team Go Rocket grunts (3 Hyper Potions)
  • Make 5 excellent throws (Galarian Farfetch’d encounter)
  • Evolve 5 Pokémon (2,500 Stardust)
  • Battle in a gym 3 times (5 Revives)

Rewards: Master Ball , 1,000 Stardust, 1000 XP

  • Claim reward (10 Ultra Balls)
  • Claim reward (2 Pinap Berries)
  • Claim reward (1 Star Piece)

Rewards: 3,000 Stardust, 3,000 XP

Remember, you have until the end of the season (up until 10 a.m. local time on June 1) to start the above quest. And with a Master Ball up for grabs, you won’t want to miss it!

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Pokemon GO Ultra Space Wonders Timed Research comprises several tasks and valuable rewards. The much-anticipated event debuts powerful Ultra Beasts like Stakataka and Blacephalon as raid bosses. In addition, you can also evolve your Poipole into Naganadel starting from this specific event.

The Pokemon GO Ultra Space Wonders event commences on Thursday, May 23, at 10 AM and concludes on Tuesday, May 28, at 8 PM Local Time . The Ultra Space Wonders Timed Research is paid content, but you can also partake in a free Field Research quest and different Collection Challenges. Completing the Research quest offers rewards like featured Pokemon encounters and in-game items. That said, this guide explores all the Ultra Space Wonders Timed Research tasks and rewards.

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All Pokemon GO Ultra Space Wonders Timed Research Tasks And Rewards

Pokemon GO Ultra Space Wonders event-exclusive Timed Research quest costs US $5.00 or an equal value in their local currency. You cannot purchase the ticket using PokeCoins . Remember that since it is a Timed Research quest, you must complete the tasks and claim rewards before the expiration date on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, at 8 PM Local Time .

The paid Timed Research quest has 1 step with numerous tasks. These tasks include catching several Poison-type Pokemon, earning numerous Stardust, and more. Completing the tasks rewards players with Premium Battle Passes, Pokemon GO Lucky Egg , encounters with Mareanie, Naganadel Wings avatar item, and more.

You can purchase and gift the in-game tickets to your Pokemon GO friends with a Friendship level of Great Friends or higher. The purchases made for other trainers are non-refundable (subject to law and exceptions set in the Terms of Service).

The Ultra Space Wonders also offer different Collection Challenges. Collecting the featured monsters rewards you with multiple Mareanie encounters and Pokemon GO XP. You can also participate in raids; Mega Pidgeot comes as a Mega Raid boss, while Stakataka and Blacephalon debut as 5-Star Raid bosses. Stakataka only appears in the Eastern Hemisphere, and Blacephalon appears in the Western Hemisphere during the event.

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All Pokémon Go Ultra Space Wonders Timed Research tasks and rewards

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Pokémon Go’s Ultra Space Wonders event is focused on several rare Pokémon, including three Ultra Beasts appearing for the first time. So not only can you encounter new, rare Pokémon for the first time but you can also complete exclusive Timed, Special, and Field Research . 

Running from May 23 to 28 at 8pm local time , the Pokémon Go Ultra Space Wonders event marks the unofficial end of the World of Wonders season of content—which officially ends on June 1. And this event is taking the season out with a bang by introducing Naganadel, Stakataka , and Blacephalon to the game along with boosted spawns for plenty of other rare Pokémon. If you plan on tangling with the different Ultra Beasts and trying to complete every piece of free and paid research available , here is an overview of the tasks and rewards you’ll have access to. 

Pokémon Go Ultra Space Wonders Research guide: All tasks, rewards, and more

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The main pull for the Ultra Space Wonders event is the Timed Research that shares that same name, which will run you $5 or your local currency equivalent for the Research Ticket. It will feature more encounters with Mareanie , which is appearing as a Shiny for the first time in this event, bonus items, and an exclusive Naganadel Wings item for your avatar. 

The final page of the seasonal World of Wonders Special Research is also going to be available to complete, which will net you 100 Poipole Candy and some other goodies as you close it out—which needs to be done before it ends on June 1. 

  • Mareanie encounter
  • 10 Hyper Potions
  • 15 Poké Balls
  • 15 Great Balls
  • 15 Ultra Balls
  • One Lucky Egg

Total rewards: Four Premium Battle Passes, a Mareanie encounter, and Naganadel Wings avatar item

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  • During this event, you can purchase an event-specific pass for $5, giving you access to various tasks.
  • Completing these tasks will give you an encounter with Mareanie, and other rewards like Ultra Ball, Mega Potion, etc.

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