In the latest data mine, daily quests were found in the coding and now Niantic has officially confirmed our suspicions: daily quests are coming!
According to the official announcement, these new daily quests are called daily bonuses and trainers will receive stardust, XP, and various items for doing things like catching a Pokémon every day and visiting a pokestop every day for seven days straight. Check out the official announcement below:
We want to provide you a detailed look at a new feature coming soon to Pokémon GO – Daily bonuses! Trainers will soon be able to receive a bonus for certain daily activities, including catching a Pokémon or visiting a PokéStop once a day. You’ll earn a larger bonus if you do this seven days in a row!
Catching a Pokémon every day will earn the following bonus:
- 500 XP
- 600 Stardust
Catching a Pokémon every day for 7 days straight will earn the following larger bonus:
- 2,000 XP
- 2,400 Stardust
Visiting a PokéStop and spinning the Photo Disc every day will earn the following bonus:
- 500 XP
- A number of additional items
Visiting a PokéStop every day for 7 days straight will earn the following larger bonus:
- 2,000 XP
- A greater number of additional items
If you catch a Pokémon at any time on Tuesday local time, you’ll be eligible for the next daily bonus on Wednesday at 12 AM local time.
TLDR? Pokemon Go Hub gives a gist of the daily bonuses:
- First Daily Catch => 500 XP + 600 Stardust
- Catch a Pokemon for 7 days in a row => 2,000 XP + 2,400 Stardust
- First PokeStop a day => 500 XP + A number of additional items
- Visit a PokeStop for 7 days in a row => 2,000 XP + A greater number of additional items
Also, we finally know how the reset timers will work thanks to this announcement. According to Niantic, the timers will reset every day at 12:00 AM local time.
Data mines aren’t just rumors, they are actually a great way to find out new information about upcoming features and this particular instance proves it! Publishing data mines appear to be the best way to get Niantic to talk publicly about new and upcoming features. Keep checking back for more data mining information so you can be the first to know what new features are just around the corner!
Here are some official pictures: