'Pokemon GO' gamers can now access double Stardust and catch two new Gen 4 Pokemon.
Niantic has started a new Stardust Event, which will last until November 13, which means trainers can gain twice as much Hatch Stardust.
A tweet on the official profile for the game reads: "Wishing for more Stardust, Trainers? Consider your wishes granted! Starting now, we're kicking off our first Stardust Blast event! Trainers will now receive double Hatch Stardust and double Catch Stardust until November 13 at 1 p.m. PST. (sic)"
And that's not all, available to catch now is Budew from the Sinnoh region and Buizel, both found roaming in the Raid Battles area.
They added: "Put those walking shoes on and get hatching, Trainers. Budew, a Grass- and Poison-type Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region, can now be found in Eggs! ... Are you ready for a new challenge, Trainer? Buizel, the Sea Weasel Pokémon, has now arrived with a splash in Raid Battles all around the world. (sic)"
The new Pokemon follow the release of Shiny Cubone and Ponyta.
The pair were launched in-line with the release of their new mobile game, 'Ingress Prime', which is available now on iOS and Android.
They said: "'Pokemon GO' will feature a celebratory in-game event where shiny green Cubone and blue Ponyta will be available for capture.
"Additionally, players will be gifted free in-game avatar items in support of Ingress Prime."
The new Shiny avatars follow the addition of Shiny Caterpie and its evolved forms, Shiny Metapod and Shiny Butterfree, meaning there are now over 120 Shiny Pokemon ready to catch.
The original announcement read: "Get ready, Trainers. Field Research tasks focusing on Bug-type Pokémon are coming this November! Collect enough stamps during November to earn a Research Breakthrough and get an opportunity to catch Shedinja! (sic)"
Learning from the mistakes of last year, the event ditched the Grant Park location in favour of 1.8-mile curated course through Lincoln Park.