Pokemon Go Dia de Muertos 2023: Celebrate with Cubone and Marowak wearing cempasúchil crowns, new bonuses, Incenses and Lure Modules!

Pokemon Go: Dia de Muertos 2023: Everything You Need to Know

Dia de Muertos 2023 returns to Pokemon Go for another year, honoring the infamous Aztec tradition.

In Mexico and other parts of the Americas, Dia de Muertos is a holiday that celebrates the lives and the memories of friends and family who have moved on to another world. Here is everything you need to know about the Pokemon Go event:

When is the Pokemon GO: Dia de Muertos 2023 Event?

The Pokemon GO: Dia de Muertos 2023 event will occur from Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at 10:00 am to Thursday, November 2, 2023, at 8:00 pm local time

This means people from New Zealand will have access to the event almost a whole day before those in the United States.

Pokemon Debuts

For the event, Cubone and its evolution, Marowak, will be wearing a cempasúchil crown, the flower of the dead.

Trainers can use 50 Cubone Candy to evolve Cubone into Marowak, and the crown will stay.

Event Bonuses

The Event Bonuses will center around Lure Modules and Incense, with an additional bonus for those from Latin America and the Caribbean. Here are all the Bonuses:

  • Lure Modules activated during the event will last for 90 minutes.
  • Incense (excluding Daily Adventure Incense) activated during the event will last for 90 minutes.
  • 2× Catch Candy
  • Additional Candy for transferring Pokemon (Latin America and the Caribbean only)

Wild Encounters

These Pokemon will appear more frequently in the wild during the Pokemon Go: Dia de Muertos 2023 event, with Trainers in Latin America and the Caribbean looking forward to featured event Pokemon appearing even more often in the wild.

  • Sunkern (Shiny Available)
  • Sableye (Shiny Available)
  • Roselia (Shiny Available)
  • Duskull wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)
  • Drifloon (Shiny Available)
  • Litwick (Shiny Available)
  • Cubone wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)
  • Yamask (Shiny Available)
  • Phantump (Shiny Available)

Incense and Lure Encounters

These Pokemon will be attracted to Incense and Lure Modules during the Pokemon Go: Dia de Muertos 2023 event, with Trainers in Latin America and the Caribbean looking forward to featured event Pokemon appearing even more often.

  • Sunkern (Shiny Available)
  • Sunflora (Shiny Available)
  • Houndour (Shiny Available)
  • Sableye (Shiny Available)
  • Roselia (Shiny Available)
  • Duskull wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)
  • Drifloon (Shiny Available)
  • Cubone wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)
  • Flabébé (Orange)

Field Research Task Encounters

The following Pokémon will be available to encounter by completing Field Research tasks.

  • Sunkern (Shiny Available)
  • Drifloon (Shiny Available)
  • Litwick (Shiny Available)
  • Cubone wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)
  • Alolan Marowak (Shiny Available)
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Raids

With any big Pokemon Go event, unique Pokemon will appear in Raids, and the Dia de Muertos 2023 event is no different. The following Pokemon will be appearing in raids:

One-Star Raids

  • Cubone wearing a cempasúchil crown (Shiny Available)

Three-Star Raids

Five-Star Raids

  • Darkrai (Shiny Available)

Mega Raids

  • Mega Banette (Shiny Available)

PokeStop Showcases

The Pokemon Go: Dia de Muertos 2023 event will feature Duskull in Pokestop showcases.

Trainers can celebrate the occasion by purchasing the Dia de Muertos avatar item, which has returned from previous years. It will be available to purchase in the Pokemon Go In-game shop during this event and will continue to be available after the event ends.

Players can also obtain event-themed stickers by spinning PokeStops, opening Gifts, and purchasing them from the in-game shop.

That’s everything you need to know for the Pokemon Go: Dia de Muertos 2023 event. Make sure you check out our Game Hub for more articles on Pokemon Go. The next event after this will be the Festival of Lights.

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  1. Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a vibrant and deeply rooted Mexican tradition that celebrates and honors deceased loved ones. Through colorful ofrendas (altars), marigold flowers, and sugar skulls, it’s a joyful way to remember those who have passed, emphasizing the belief that death is a natural part of the human experience.

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