Pokemon GO players don't have to wait that much longer before they'll be able to jump into the games latest community day event.
The celebratory Pokemon GO event normally sees a good turn out of players every month, which we would imagine is in no small part to do with the introduction of a new shiny Pokemon for the event.
However, this weekend's Community Day is extra special for players, offering an extra incentive that could tempt out an even higher number of players for the limited three hours event.
That's because players will be able to accrue an exceptionally large amount of stardust for playing the event.
Normally this double Hatch and Catch Stardust wouldn't be that big a deal. After all, we've seen similar bonuses on past community days like this before.
However, in the past we've not seen these bonuses doubling up with existing bonuses that are live.
If that's not entirely clear, it might be because you missed the news earlier this week, when Niantic announced an extra special "Stardust Blast event".
As part of this event it was announced trainers would receive "double Hatch Stardust and double Catch Stardust until November 13 at 1 p.m. PST"
Add that onto the Community Day bonuses and you've got QUADRUPLE stardust rewards.
That means a standard catch could reward you with 400 stardust for every pokemon caught.
But wait, it gets better.
The Best case scenario is that when also combined with a star piece, any weather-boosted Pokémon would give out roughly x7.5 star dust with every catch.
For anyone who needs a quick reminder the November Pokemon GO Community Day gets underway this Saturday, November 10th, 2018 and will feature Cyndaquil as the headline pokemon available on the day.
Of course, this means we should also see a brand new trio of shiny Pokemon added to the game as well, with shiny Cyndaquil, Quilava and Typhlosion all available from Saturday.
Earlier in the week the official Pokemon GO account also revealed the exclusive move that will be available to anyone who evolves a Quilava during the November Community Day.
The special move available will be the powerful Fire-type move Blast Burn.
Whilst good news, Pokemon GO Hub warns that although Blast Burn is expected to greatly improve Typhlosion within the game's meta, it will still not make it relevant enough in the FIRE meta.