Prepare To Stock Up On Candy To Prepare For These New Sinnoh Species In POKÉMON GO
New information has come in regarding which Generation 4 Pokémon we can expect to see appear next in Pokémon Go and three of them are linked to species already out. Check it out!
One of the most exciting prospects in the last few months has been the release of Generation 4 Pokémon. Before coming to Pokémon Go, the Sinnoh creatures originally appeared in Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl.
This is the fourth batch of Generation 4 Pokémon to be released in Niantic's augmented reality game. We know that they are coming and their identities thanks to Chrales, a respected Dataminer for Pokémon Go. It seems that Trainers wwill have their chance to capturing one of these four Sinnoh creatures - Yanmega, Tangrowth, Bonsly, and Croagunk. These guys are relatives to Yanma, Tangela, and Sudowoodo, respectively, so it will be exciting for Trainers who have these Pokémon currently to take their Poképals to the next level, or for those who don't to go out and search for them!
Even though only four new creatures were discovered, Charles' datamining also discovered the holiday options for Pikachu's evolution, Raichu. This is a different image than the Raichu with the Christmas hat some Trainers might have earned from evolving Holiday Pikachu. You can view these images as well as the four new Sinnoh species in the tweets below. Let us know your thoughts!
future costumes of Raichu pic.twitter.com/j8lBY0BQ5K— Chrales (@Chrales) December 11, 2018
Get ready for an all-new Pokémon experience Pokémon Go opens a universe of Pokemon to find, catch, trade, and battle on your iPhone or Android device. With Pokémon Go, you'll discover Pokémon in a whole new world - your own!
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