Exclusive News! Pokémon Go Introduces Two New Gen 3 Legendary Pokémon
Despite the fact that Lugia can soon leave Pokémon GO, fans should not despair, since on April 2 they will be able to meet two entirely new legendary Pokémon, Latios, and Latias, who were present as a Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire twins.
Both Pokémon will appear in the game at the same time but will live in different areas. Speaking about the dates when Pokémon Go adds two new Gen 3 Legendary Pokémon: starting from now until May 8 Latios can be caught in North America, South America, and Africa, and Latias will be available in Europe and Asia. May 8, the legendary Pokémon will switch places and stay in the game until June 5.
Like most other legendary Pokémon, you can only find twins in Reids on the ‘JiMs’. Players must first team up with other coaches to fight the Pokémon, and only when the boss is defeated, you get a chance to catch them in your Pokédex.
Pokémon Go adds two new Gen 3 Legendary Pokémon and both of them are adjacent psychic/dragon types and are susceptible to Pokémon attacks of a dark or magical nature. If your collection does not have a suitable pet, it is not worth a despair. The developers promise to add such Pokémon as Tyranitar and Mawile as Raid bosses, giving you the chance to build up a dominant team.
In the past few months, Niantic has introduced new legendary monsters into the game. Earlier this year, the players managed to compete with three other Pokémon from the third generation: Groudon, Rayquaza, and Kyorge. Legendary Pokémon Lugia from Pokémon Gold and Silver also returned as a Raid boss for a limited time. Earlier, Niantic Company has presented a new quest research system that provides players with the opportunity to get to know the first mythical Pokémon in the game – Mew.
This month Niantic holds the fourth day of the Pokémon GO community. The event will take place on Sunday, April 15, where a sheep-like Pokémon, Mareep, will be presented; but the developers have not yet reported what special event they prepared for the fans.