'Pokemon Sun And Moon' LATEST UPDATE: Rewards Participants For Monumental Global Goal Accomplishment!

Feb 09, 2017 04:30 AM EST | Paul Urban

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" had a monumental success for accomplishing last week's third Global Mission. The goal was not only reached but exceeded. This challenge involved all players getting together for a specific goal to be met.

According to Silicon Era, the task of last week's "Pokemon Sun and Moon" challenge was to trade over 1 million Pokemon via GTS or Global Trading System. Since the mission started, players have exceeded the originally set 1 million to an astounding 2 million Pokemon over GTS.

Because of players successfully completing the challenging and even doing better at it, all "Pokemon Sun and Moon" participants will receive 2,000 Festival Coins. The rewards don't even stop there. Participants are also going to be rewarded with a Friend Ball for going twice over the set challenge goal.

As added by Polygon, the 2,000 Festival Coins are to be used in the online Festival Plaza feature. With this in place, players can now focus on hitting bonus milestones. This will enable them to acquire more and more rewards. The earlier reported 2 million Pokemon have to still be counted and verified until this year's Valentine's Day before the Friend Ball gets rewarded.

This is definitely a big thing for the Pokemon-loving community. This may be a little difficult to understand for those who know nothing about the game, for the players, receiving all the rewards they can get is more than an exciting thing. It takes one to play and experience Pokemon Sun and Moon to understand how it works. Surely, the game will entice more players and inevitably will also get hooked.

Players are definitely inspired to deliver the end goal of 2 million Pokemon until Tuesday, Feb.14, 2017, so they pull all stops to encourage everyone to participate. The game's Reddit communities have featured a lot of threads in the last few days to let everyone contribute. "Pokemon Sun and Moon" first two challenges tanked so this third attempt is sure to change.

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