Pokemon GO Lunch Hour is coming back on 10 April from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in your local time zone.

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The first Pokemon Go Legendary Lunch Hour experiment was held on 13 March 2019, and now Niantic is testing it out again, noting that “more research is needed“.

We had our first Legendary Lunch Hour together on March 13, and we thank you for your participation and feedback. More research is needed, and we need your help!

The next Pokemon GO Legendary Lunch Hour, taking place on 10 April, will have an increased number of five-star raids featuring Origin Forme Giratina to test your battle skills alongside your friends, coworkers, and classmates.

Niantic notes that this test was created to help the company create more new events, which are similar to the Pokemon GO Lunch Hour events.

Thank you for your feedback as we create more ways for you to enjoy Pokémon GO—because of your input, we’re able to create new events like this one for your enjoyment. We are continuing to test this event to make it even better. We understand that not every Trainer can participate in every event, but these tests are the first step in creating more events focused on different play styles. As always, Trainers, be mindful of your surroundings and others around you while playing Pokémon GO. Stay tuned for more updates!

Did you catch the previous Pokemon GO Lunch Hour event which took place in March? Will you be participating in this second test of this time-limit event in the popular mobile game? Drop us a comment below and let us know.

Be sure to check out our Pokemon GO hub for everything you need to know about the mobile game.

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