After a bit of a hiatus the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge brings back the timed quest to catch them all in Pokémon GO. These missions give you a list of event exclusive characters and task you with catching all of them before the time runs out. To help you finish it up and get the rewards, here’s our Spring into Spring Collection Challenge guide for Pokémon GO.
Spring into Spring Collection Challenge Guide
Here’s all we know about the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge, which will begin on Sunday, April 4th at 10am local time and conclude at 8pm on Thursday, April 8th. You will be able to access the objective on the Today Menu in the Research section of the game. Just check there to follow your progress and claim the rewards once you are done.
Which Pokémon do you Need to Catch for the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge
Here are all of the Pokémon you have to catch to complete the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge. Some of the Challenge also requires that you evolve them into their later forms, as noted below.
- Shadow Exeggcute
- Flower Crown Pikachu
- Flower Crown Chansey
- Evolve a Bunnelby into Diggersby
This encompasses most of the Pokémon that will be spawning more frequently in the wild and offered as Field Research task rewards during the event, which is key to finishing it up (see below).
What are the Rewards for Completing the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge
For finishing the Spring into Spring Collection Challenge players will receive a Lucky Egg, 50 Mega Lopunny Energy, and 2,500 XP. On top of this you’ll gain another notch in your Elite Collector Badge, if you’re a fan of bragging rights.
How to Catch them all – Spring into Spring Collection Challenge
We fleshed out a few of the harder to find Pokémon and have linked them above. But for a quick and easy way to see how to cath all the required species we have listed each method they’ll be available below. For ones that require Field Research, see this guide.
- Exeggcute – wild
- Shadow Exeggcute – battle a Team GO Rocket Grunt
- Buneary – wild, Field Research
- Bunnelby – wild, raid
- Plusle – wild
- Minun – wild
- Azumarill – Field Research, raid
- Flower Crown Pikachu – wild, raid
- Flower Crown Chansey – wild, Field Research
gg hatches and trades don’t count, but encounters from Team GO Rocket Grunts, wild spawns, and encounters from Field Research do. Focus on these as needed, and be sure to use Incense to increase wild spawns if you need them, and you should be able to finish it up without too much trouble.
And that’s our Spring into Spring Collection Challenge guide for Pokémon GO.
- This article was updated on:April 4th, 2021