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The Spring into Spring event has sprung into action in Pokémon Go, debuting Cutiefly and Ribombee alongside new Cherry Blossom versions for the Pikachu and Eevee families – you’ll need to know everything about the Eeveelutions in Pokémon Go to complete the collection.

Speaking of collections: Spring into Spring features a Collection Challenge offering rewards for getting together a certain set of Pokémon during the event. You’ll be able to find some exclusive Field Research Tasks as well, which will give you access to some of those special editions.

Here is everything you need to know about the Spring into Spring tasks and rewards in Pokémon Go.

Pokémon Go Spring into Spring: Field Research Tasks

You can get access to these Field Research Tasks only while Spring into Spring is running, so until April 10, 2023, at 8pm local time. You’ll have to spin PokéStops to get these quests. Here are all the Field Research Tasks on offer during Spring into Spring:

  • Hatch an Egg: Eevee (Cherry Blossom)(s) or Pikachu (Cherry Blossom)(s)
  • Hatch two Eggs: Togetic (Flower Crown)(s)
  • Hatch four Eggs: Chansey (Flower Crown)(s)

All of these Field Research Task reward encounters may contain Shiny Pokémon.

Pokémon Go Spring into Spring: Collection Challenge

The Collection Challenge will be active for the duration of Spring into Spring, so complete it before the event is over, if you want those rewards. Here are the Pokémon you’ll need to get:

  • Whismur (Wild)
  • Bunnelby (Wild)
  • Buneary (Flower Crown) (Wild)
  • Marill (Wild)
  • Eevee (Cherry Blossom) (Wild, Field Research, 1-Star Raid, 2 km Egg)
  • Pikachu (Cherry Blossom) (Wild, Field Research, 1-Star Raid)
  • Cutiefly (Wild, 1-Star Raid, 2 km Egg)
  • Ribombee (evolution)
  • Diggersby (evolution)
  • Lopunny (evolution)

Completing the challenge in time will net you 10,000 XP, 5,000 Stardust, and one Lucky Egg.