The Pokémon Go Fest 2022 is filled with surprises, and now Niantic has announced that players will be able to listen to new soundtracks from Junichi Masuda, the original composer of the Pokémon video game series.
It is undeniable that Pokémon Go is one of the most played games, even during a global pandemic. Niantic made necessary changes in the game to practice safety with increased catch radius and bonuses. These changes helped players stay safe even while going out to play during the pandemic. But, as the world comes back to being normal, the game is also getting back into pre-covid settings, and with that, the long-due Pokémon Go fests are back.
Players will hear new soundtracks during Special Research in Pokémon Go Fest 2022
Pokémon Go Fest 2022 Day 1 has been a success worldwide, with players from all over the world tuning in for the fest and playing their best. And for the second day, Niantic has come out with a surprise for the Pokémon video game series fans. Niantic has added new soundtracks to the game, and these soundtracks are composed by Junichi Masuda, the original composer of the Pokémon video game series and the Chief Creative Fellow of the Pokémon Company.
Niantic announced that trainers can enjoy these new soundtracks during the second day of Pokémon Go Fest 2022. According to Niantic, players can hear these new tracks on the map screen when Ultra Beasts appear in raids during Special Research featuring the Go Ultra Recon Squad.
Since these new tracks are released during the Go Fest 2022 and composed by Junichi Masuda, there’s a good chance that they might not be available forever, so it is better to check them out while they are available to listen.
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