Second Global Mission for Pokemon Sun and Moon has failed

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Like its first Global Mission, the second for Pokemon Sun and Moon has resulted in failure.


According to Nintendo Life, the second Global Mission for Pokemon Sun and Moon kicked off in December, and tasked gamers with capturing or defeating 1 million monsters.

This was to be completed utilizing the Island Scan capabilities, which might solely be used as soon as each 24 hours. For this occasion, Nintendo handed out particular QR codes which allowed the characteristic for use twice per day.

That ought to have helped issues, however because it seems, solely 661,839 Pokemon had been captured.

A comfort prize of 217 or 434 Festival Coins has been handed out to those that participated within the December occasion. The quantity earned will rely on whether or not the participant has their recreation registered with the Pokemon Global Link system.

Pokemon Sun and Moon’s first Global Mission kicked off in November, and out of the 100 million Pokemon wanted to be caught, solely 16.four million had been captured.

Game Freak mentioned on the time it might alter future Global Missions targets because of these outcomes.