Pokemon GO: New Shiny Pikachu available with Ash Ketchum’s Hat!

Niantic has been on a streak of introducing new and exciting events for Pokemon GO fans to enjoy the title. Recently the special Lotad Day event has ended the developer team at Niantic is set to surprise Pokemon fans on this April Fools day.

This April Fools day, players will be able to grab on to an exclusive shiny Pikachu with the hat of Ash Ketchum. One of the most loved Pokemon amongst all the known series is Pikachu, and this April fools celebration will feature Pikachu with the hat of his trainer Ash Ketchum.

Instead of a regular boost in spawn rate or increased number of rare items, Niantic has made sure to entertain its fans with the most loved Pokemon with his trainer’s trademark red cap on his head.

Moreover recently it was also confirmed that Ash Ketchum would be Photobombing in Pokemon Go for the April Fools celebration, but it came to a thrilling surprise when various Pokemon GO enthusiast posted images on their Reddit posts of Shiny Pikachu with the Ash Ketchum’s hat on his head.

Players were previously only expecting the random spawn of Ash during the use of AR feature in the game, but as a pleasant surprise, the exclusive Shiny Pikachu also got some love and was added for players to include him to their team.

With the addition of Shiny Pikachu to the title, another shiny type is now available for fans to include in their Pokedex. It was initially announced that Ash Ketchum would be coming to the Pokemon GO title to make the trainers excited and motivate them to improve on their regular training to make their Pokemon strong enough to participate in much more challenging tournaments and events.

But Pokemon fans who are staying at time zones where 1st April appeared earlier to the other countries told that in addition to the Photobombing Ash Ketchum, his favorite pocket monster is also included to the title as a unique shiny creature who has fooled Ash Ketchum and stolen his favorite red hat.

Photographs and screenshots of Shiny Pikachu went viral across the globe in a few hours and trainers were excited to experience this cute little monster with an excellent looking cap on his head.

But spotting this unique shiny creature is no easy task, as this special April Fools event has a very minimal spawn rate for the Shiny Pikachu. Even if trainers successfully spot this cute little creature, it still is very challenging to grab on to him as he is very clever and makes a fool of the trainer by escaping very quickly.

If you are serious and really looking forward to grabbing on to this special red cap Pikachu, then before throwing any Pokeball at him through some candy toward him to entice the Pikachu and build some rational trust amongst each other.

But the Shiny Pikachu is a clever creature, and it is quite likely that he will ignore your offerings, so repeat the action of offering the Sweet Candy towards the Pikachu and observe him until he picks up the candy and start to eat.

Once the Shiny Pikachu is relaxed enough to pick up the candy and at, through your best available Pokeball toward the creature to capture him. If possible, offer the Candy at least two times to the Shiny Pikachu as the chance of escaping decreases drastically if the Pokemon accepts your offerings multiple times.

It is fascinating to observe such an awesome avatar for the Pikachu as Ash Ketchum, and Pikachu have some special connection between each other, and this red cap defiantly depicts that covalent bound of support and trust between the two.

So make sure to grab at least one of the special Shiny red cap Pikachu for yourself to ensure the completion of your Pokedex and enjoy the Pokemon GO title.

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