Niantic revealed today that the Abra Community Day event for Pokémon GO has been pushed back this month to April 25th. According to the devs, the move was made to make it easier for more people to participate from anywhere, including from home. Which is a blessing considering most of the country is either in self-quarantine or lockdown. The event will take place from 11am-5pm local time, extended an extra three hours for everyone. Here are the details from Niantic themselves about the changes and what the event will entail. The Abra Community Day will be pushed back to April 25th.
"Remember our previous Abra Community Day announcement? From that, the following will still be happening.
We're continuing to prioritize Pokémon GO experiences that can be enjoyed in individual settings. Here are some things we're temporarily changing for Community Day: Play at Home Edition.
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