Shiny Litwick in Pokemon GO 2022

Can Litwick be shiny in Pokemon GO? The October 2022 Community Day has just been announced and its biggest star is none other than Litwick! Naturally, one of the first questions that come to the minds of players is if we will be able to encounter a shiny version of it in wild. So, is there a shiny variant of Litwick in Pokemon GO? Here’s what we know.

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Shiny Litwick in Pokemon GO 2022
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Can Litwick be Shiny in Pokemon GO

The October 2022 community day is all set! October’s community day is scheduled for Saturday, October 15th, 2022. The community day will last from 2 pm to 5 pm, your local time. And in the spotlight for this community day is Litwick! This dual-type Ghost and Fire pokemon introduced in Generation V will appear more frequently in the wild during this period. The candle-like pokemon, with a purple flame atop their head which evolves into Lampent, will also have another special milestone for this occasion. If you’ve been wondering if you will be able to catch a shiny Litwick in Pokemon GO this October, the answer is yes, you will!

For the first time ever, there will be a shiny variation of the candle pokemon. Aside from Litwick, the October 2022 Community Day will also feature the Community Day Special Research story. Furthermore, there are various event bonuses. Finally, make sure not to miss bonus Raid Battles following the end of the Community Day. And, if you are a fan of stickers, there will be stickers as well! You’ll be able to get event-themed stickers by spinning PokéStops, opening Gifts, and purchasing them from the in-game shop. With that said, that’s all you need to know about shiny Litwick in Pokemon GO 2022. For more information, please visit the official October 2022 Community Day Pokemon GO page.

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