Sinnoh Pokémon Carnivine is a new Pokémon GO regional exclusive that can be found in the US

Sinnoh Pokémon are now available to find and catch for the first time in Pokémon GO. Players can now keep an eye out for Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region, featured in Pokémon Diamond, Pokémon Pearl and Pokémon Platinum. Pokémon like Turtwig, Chimchar and Piplup are appearing in Pokémon GO for the first time ever. Sinnoh Pokémon will be making their way to Pokémon GO in waves. Fans can look forward to discovering even more Pokémon over the next few weeks appearing in the wild, hatching from Eggs and battling in raids. Riolu and Luxio are among the first Sinnoh Pokémon that are now hatching from 10 km Eggs. Niantic says to stay tuned to its official channels for updates about new Pokémon, new features and expansions to existing features like Pokémon storage and more. Shiny Shinx, Shiny Luxio and Shiny Luxray have also made their Pokémon GO debuts. A list of all 26 Sinnoh Pokémon now available in Pokémon GO as part of the first wave is as follows:

  • Turtwig
  • Grotle
  • Torterra
  • Chimchar
  • Monferno
  • Infernape
  • Piplup
  • Prinplup
  • Empoleon
  • Starly
  • Staravia
  • Staraptor
  • Bidoof
  • Bibarel
  • Kricketot
  • Kricketune
  • Buneary
  • Lopunny
  • Chatot
  • Carnivine
  • Riolu
  • Lucario
  • Pachirisu
  • Shinx
  • Luxio
  • Luxray

Three of these Pokémon consist of the latest batch of regional exclusives in Pokémon GO. Chatot is currently exclusive to Australia and South America; Pachirisu can be found in colder climates such as Canada, Alaska and Russia; and Carnivine can be found in the southeast areas of the U.S.


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