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Your daily Pokémon Go habit will soon turn into bonuses.
In a blog post published Tuesday, developer Niantic revealed that it’s soon debuting a Daily Bonus feature for the game. Trainers can pick up bonuses for daily activities like catching Pokémon, visiting PokéStops, and even just for logging into the app. They’ll get an even bigger bonuses for consistently performing these activities seven days in a row.
Niantic detailed what kind of bonuses trainers can expect for these activities, listed below.
Catching a Pokémon every day:
Catching a Pokémon every day for seven days:
Visiting a PokéStop every day:
Visiting a PokéStop every day for seven days:
(Lots of) additional items
Remember the daily check in counts anytime during the 24-hour day. So if you check in at 8pm for your Tuesday check in, you can then check in for Wednesday anytime after 12am local time.
Sarah Weber is the former editor of Daily Dot’s Parsec section, where she wrote about geek culture. She previously worked as a reporter and editor at community newspapers in the Midwest and was recognized by the Ohio Associated Press for news reporting.