Pokemon Go fans have been treated to some good news this week, as sources seemingly confirm a new Halloween event for 2017.
The Pokemon Go Halloween celebration was one of the first in-game events to be introduced to the Niantic app last year.
And according to Slashgear sources, the Halloween event will return in October 2017.
Last year's Halloween event saw an increase in Ghost Type Pokemon like Ghastly, Haunter, and Gengar.
As the report points out, these three Pokemon are likely to be joined by Gen 2 Pokemon Misdreavus.
The site also suggests that Dark Pokemon will see increased spawn rates during the event, but why stop there?
Multiple Ghost Type Pokemon made their debut in Gen 3 (see the gallery below), which makes Halloween the perfect time to introduce a selection of brand new Pokemon to the game.
As previously reported, Gen 3 source code was recently discovered by Pokemon Go dataminers, which must surely mean that new Pokemon are on their way.
Gen 3 Ghost Types include Shuppet, Banette, Mega Banette, Duskull and Dusclops, which is a nice selection for a limited time event.
Pokemon Go developer Niantic is yet to make any official announcements, so stay tuned for more information.
What's more certain is that Niantic has big plans for the app in the future.
A Pokemon Company spokesperson recently told Bloomberg that Niantic isn't even close to being finished with Pokemon Go.
In addition to Gen 3 Pokemon, new items and Ex Raid Battles involving Legendaries like Mewtwo, Niantic is also working on player-vs-player combat and trading.
That's according to Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara, who said: "We’ve only accomplished 10% of what Pokemon and Niantic are trying to do, so going forward we will have to include fundamental Pokemon experiences such as Pokemon trading and peer-to-peer battles, and other possibilities.