Niantic has announced the latest season for Pokémon GO. Read on below to learn more:
Keep an eye on the horizon! Galaxy skies will be showing up periodically during the Season.
Look out for avatar items inspired by Cosmog coming to the in-game shop soon!
You’ll also be able to get season-themed stickers by spinning PokéStops, opening Gifts, and purchasing them from the in-game shop.
The GO Battle League is back with Season 12! Hot off the heels of the 2022 Pokémon World Championships, Season 12 will feature competitions like the Psychic Cup, the Weather Cup, and the Halloween Cup: Ultra League Edition!
We’ve made quite a few changes to the GO Battle League this season, so we encourage new and veteran Trainers alike to check it out and test their battling skills!
Visit the GO Battle League web page for more info!
Coming Soon: the Season of Light
The universe may be billions of years old, but it still finds ways to surprise. There are new discoveries all around us waiting to be uncovered—you have to be willing to change your perspective.
Sometimes that means waiting for the sun to go down and looking through a telescope at the nebulas on the other side of the cosmos. Other times it’s a little daytime research with your favorite Pokémon professor to discover the mysterious creatures appearing in your neighborhood. Whatever the case, one thing is always true—adventures are more fun with friends!
So grab your flashlight, call your friends, and make some room in your Item Bag. The mysteries of our bright, colorful cosmos aren’t going to discover themselves!
It’s time to shine!
Please be aware of your surroundings and follow guidelines from local health authorities when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events are subject to change. Be sure to follow Niantic on social media, opt in to receiving push notifications, and subscribe to Niantic’s emails to stay updated.
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