New updates continue to arrive at reality augmented game "Pokémon Go." Players and trainers worldwide are very excited by the announcement of a new special Event, which would be taking place on next weekend. Yesterday evening, Niantic's developers added a new t-shirt to the game's image files, showing a logo of the United Nations along with the "Global Goals for Sustainable Development" initiative.

It is worth mentioning that Niantic has worked with the Global Goals team before, adding new PokéStops at the January's World Economic Forum to promote each of the initiative's seventeen different goals.

After the addition of the new t-shirt to the game's image files, rumors and speculations have been running wild on various social media.

Here is everything we know right now concerning the new changes in the “Pokémon GO” app, and a new special in-game event happening next weekend.

The special event release date

According to the information revealed by Niantic’s developers, the new in-game event would be scheduled to start on September 16 and it would finish on September 3. The new special “Pokémon Go” event happening in the coming days will bring more PokéStops and new exciting features to promote and raise awareness for its initiative. It is very likely that the Congress Centre will turn into a gym.

As we already know, gyms are particular points of interest, a significant place where Team Mystic, Team Instinct, and Team Valor usually train and ultimately battle to win the gym.

According to the information revealed, Niantic will release the new “Pokémon Go” event coinciding with either the Goalkeeper event or the overall Global Goals Weeks to celebrate the event.

Additional information

It is worth mentioning that the eggs have begun to appear positioned in gyms so that, after a certain time, the boss or raid is born, after which an incursion starts. According to latest reports, Niantic has enabled this process in the reality augmented game again. It turns out that, since the legendary birds were available, the strategy of the match changed.

Eggs were no longer seen, but the incursions came out automatically and randomly.

It seems that the disappearance of the raid eggs was related to the bug that prevented them from displaying correctly, which resulted in Niantic disabling them. The game company will keep them disabled until they come up with the solution for this bug.