All version-exclusive Pokémon and Ultra Beasts revealed for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

A new flyer (pictured above) being distributed at various retailers in Japan has confirmed several version-exclusive Pokémon in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. These version exclusives remain the same from the original Pokémon Sun and Moon games, with Pokémon like Turtonator and Drampa being counterparts, as well as certain fossils remaining exclusive. In addition, … Continue reading All version-exclusive Pokémon and Ultra Beasts revealed for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

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The first-ever Solstice Event concludes in Pokémon GO

The first-ever Solstice Event in Pokémon GO has officially concluded. The latest in-game event ended earlier today, June 21, at 1 p.m. PDT. As part of the Solstice Celebration, hot Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Typhlosion, Houndour and Charizard, as well as chilly Ice-type Pokémon such as Sneasel and Lapras were appearing more frequently. Plus, players were able to … Continue reading The first-ever Solstice Event concludes in Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO developer Niantic extends the first-ever Solstice Event by 24 hours

The first-ever Solstice Event in Pokémon GO has officially been extended by 24 hours. Niantic has confirmed that the latest in-game event will now end tomorrow, June 21, at 1 p.m. PDT. As part of the Solstice Celebration, hot Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Typhlosion, Houndour and Charizard, as well as chilly Ice-type Pokémon such as Sneasel … Continue reading Pokémon GO developer Niantic extends the first-ever Solstice Event by 24 hours

Most Pokémon GO players think Team Mystic will throw Poké Balls most accurately during the first Solstice Event

According to an official poll conducted by Pokémon GO developer Niantic, most players think Team Mystic will throw Poké Balls most accurately during the first-ever Solstice Event. You can check out the complete results in the embedded tweet below. As part of the Solstice Celebration, hot Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Typhlosion, Houndour and Charizard, as … Continue reading Most Pokémon GO players think Team Mystic will throw Poké Balls most accurately during the first Solstice Event

Solstice Fire and Ice-type event officially begins in Pokémon GO, runs until June 20

Solstice Week has officially begun in Pokémon GO. Until June 20, hot Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Typhlosion, Houndour and Charizard, as well as chilly Ice-type Pokémon such as Sneasel and Lapras are appearing more frequently. Plus, you can get massive XP boosts when you accomplish certain actions in your game. For example, catching a Pokémon with a … Continue reading Solstice Fire and Ice-type event officially begins in Pokémon GO, runs until June 20

Celebrate Solstice with Solstice Week 2017 in Pokémon GO

The solstice is approaching, with hours of warm daylight in the Northern Hemisphere and long, cool nights in the Southern Hemisphere. No matter where you are in the world, celebrate the celestial event with Solstice Week in Pokémon GO! From June 13–20, hot Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Typhlosion, Houndour, and Charizard, and chilly Ice-type … Continue reading Celebrate Solstice with Solstice Week 2017 in Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO’s first-ever Fire and Ice-type Solstice Event kicks off tomorrow, June 13

As part of its one-year anniversary celebrations, Pokémon GO will kick off its first-ever Fire and Ice-type Solstice Event tomorrow, June 13. This in-game event will feature Fire-type and Ice-type Pokémon, huge XP bonuses for throwing Poké Balls accurately and discounted Lucky Eggs in the in-game shop. Official details from the development team at Niantic are … Continue reading Pokémon GO’s first-ever Fire and Ice-type Solstice Event kicks off tomorrow, June 13