DAILY Adventure Incense is the latest addition to Pokémon GO, and it’s very popular.
Niantic isn’t the most popular of development teams and Pokemon GO fans aren’t afraid to complain when they make bad decisions.
However, this new feature has received near-universal praise from fans and will help everyone catch more rare Pokémon.
When you next log onto the game, you’ll get the special research ‘A Mysterious Incense’ and be presented with the item.
This new Daily Incense is exactly what it says on the tin. It’s Incense, which attracts rare Pokémon, that you can use once per day.
Once you activate it, you’ll have 15 minutes to wander around attracting all kinds of rare Pokémon.
By “rare Pokémon”, we don’t just mean the regular rabble, we mean Legendary Pokémon.
It’s been confirmed that Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres will all be attracted by the Daily Incense, as well as other Galarian Pokémon, like Galarian Mr Mime.
Their catch rates are currently the lowest in the game, so being able to potentially have daily encounters with them is invaluable.
This is a great help for rural players who often get left out, with a lack of Pokéstops and Gyms to help them build their Pokémon empire.
Just in case that wasn’t cool enough for you, if you have 30 or fewer Pokéballs on you when you activate the Daily Incense, it’ll automatically give you 30.
How to use Daily Adventure Incense – Pokémon GO
Once you’ve completed the special research where you receive the item you can find it in your inventory.
Activate it, and it will disappear from your inventory, but don’t worry, it’ll appear again tomorrow.
Remember that it only works for as long as you’re moving, so you can’t sit around and wait for the Pokémon to come to you.
You can not have both the Daily Incense and a regular Incense active at the same time.
Written by GLHF.
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