Pokemon Go players have learnt more about an upcoming event that could prove very popular with some Trainers.
Niantic have one last rewards-fest scheduled for February, and it just so happens to include a special surprise for those who can do enough catching.
News of updated Community Day rewards have got fans talking about the big day.
February 24 will provide a few short hours for Pokemon Go Trainers to collect 3X catch StarDust and take advantage of three-hour lures.
There will also be a lot more Dratinis around, which will help unlock the Community Day’s other big reward.
Trainers will have the chance of getting a Dragonite with the exclusive Draco Meteor move.
However, fans will have to evolve the featured Pokemon during Community Day hours to collect this bonus.
There’s been a lot of talk over just how good Draco Meteor is and it appears that moves like Outrage are considered better.
Some fans think this is good as they don’t want to see a great move locked behind a three-hour long event window.
But if it isn’t the best move for your top Pokemon attack team, what’s the point in getting it?
Well, it appears that some fans are looking to grab it for collector purposes, while others are future proofing against possible future changes and features.
“If they ever implement 3 vs 3 battles then Draco Meteor may be significantly more useful than Outrage because Draco Meteor hits multiple adjacent Pokemon whereas Outrage only hits one,” one fan summed up.
The Community Day event will begin on Saturday and last around three hours before shutting down for another month.
Niantic say they will be running one for every month in 2018, so there should be plenty of more opportunities to grab unique Pokemon.
In the UK, the Community Day will take place on February 24 from 10am UK time until 1pm GMT.
While fans will be pleased to get everything they can out of the upcoming Community Day, there also keeping an eye out for new features.
Fans were hoping to see the launch of new single-player quest this month, although that may be further off than first thought.
Niantic appears to have removed all mention of the new quest feature, following the most recent Pokemon update.
The development team may have withdrawn quests while it continues to work them, but either way, it could be a long time before we see quests in Pokemon Go.
When launched this could add a new multi-quest system to the game, complete with a greater emphasis on supporting characters.
And an in-game quest system that incorporates new characters and pre-conditions that boast increasing levels of difficulty and progress would prove very popular with Trainers.