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Pokemon Go collaborates with Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran is hopping onto the Pokemon Go train with in-game performances.

Updated: Nov 18, 2021 11:31 am
Pokemon Go collaborates with Ed Sheeran

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Famous musicians collaborating with games isn’t something new. In fact, we’ve already had Ariana Grande perform in Fortnite. Post Malone put on a digital concert as part of the Pokemon anniversary. Now we’re seeing Ed Sheeran putting on a special performance in the Pokemon Go app!

Starting Monday November 22nd, at 11AM til November 30th 1PM, this Pokemon Go Special Performance will be live.

Ed Sheeran’s Special Pokémon Go Performance

The performance will feature songs from =, Ed’s new album, and more. Songs include:

  • “Perfect”
  • “Bad Habits”
  • “Overpass Graffiti”
  • “Thinking Out Loud”
  • “First Times”
  • “Shivers”

Water Starters

As it turns out, Ed Sheeran – when playing Pokemon Go – would always pick the water type starters. As such, you’ll be more likely to encounter some water types in the wild!

  • Totadile
  • Mudkip
  • Piplup
  • Oshawott

Then if you’re lucky, you might encounter a Froakie or a Squirtle sporting some pretty rad shades.

New Avatar Items, Stickers, and Bundles

There will also be a new = Sweatshirt in the store, you can get it for free by using this code: VVM87WGMMUZHTB8X

Ed Sheeran Shirt

We’ll also be able to get water-type-themed stickers from PokeStops, gifts and in the store. And don’t forget to pick you the special Event Box.

  • One-time free Event Box: A Lure Module, 20 Pokéballs, 10 Razz Berries, and 10 Pinap Berries.

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