Each month, the Community Day event celebrates a particular Pokémon in Pokémon Go. There’s a six-hour event where it spawns throughout the world, and players can regularly pick it up, and there’s an increased chance to capture its shiny version. If players evolve it into its final form, it learns an exclusive move it otherwise could not. These moves are typically better than the original moveset it could acquire, giving it more variety for battling in raids and against other players.
This is what we know about the Pokémon Go Community Day for March 2021.
What is the Pokémon?
For March 2021, the Pokémon Go twitter account has been hinting at what it could be. There’s been a post giving away its footprint, followed by a post conforming this Pokémon comes from the Kalos region.
With those two pieces of information and how limited the Kalos region is in Pokémon Go right now, it’s extremely likely March 2021 will have to do with Fletching. This Pokémon has three evolutions, and it can become the Flying and Fire-type Pokémon, Talonflame. Shortly after these teases, it was confirmed to be Fletching. It will be able to learn incinerate, the Fire-type fast move.
When is the Community Day?
While the Pokémon Go twitter account has been hinting at the Pokémon appearing for the event, and the official date is March 6. The Community Day will be happening from 11 AM to 5 PM in your local time zone, and you will be able to teach Talonflame incinerate up to two hours after the event’s official time slot.