‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Popular Myths Debunked! Details Here! [Part One]

By Luis Vincent Gochoco , Updated Jul 23, 2016 12:00 AM EDT
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With "Pokemon GO" being a worldwide hit in just a really short span of time, there is still a lot to be learned and discovered about the game. And so, here are some myths debunked about "Pokemon GO."

"Pokemon GO" trainers capturing and spotting legendary Pokemons

On many social media platforms, we have seen a ton of people posting about capturing a Mew or Mewtwo and brag about it. But do not get jealous about those "Pokemon GO" trainers, because in reality Niantic has not yet spawned any Mew or Mewtwo in the wild just yet.

As reported in GamenGuide the three legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres are programmed into "Pokemon GO" by Niantic Labs, as well as the Ditto. Several reports are stating that "Pokemon GO" might be releasing these legendary Pokemons during a worldwide event one by one to create hype for the game in the future

Continent exclusive Pokemons in "Pokemon GO"

There is also a rumor that there are only certain Pokemons that are endemic to one continent. That certain rumor holds no truth and is considered a myth in "Pokemon GO."

These Pokemons are the one's which are believed to be endemic into one continent in "Pokemon GO." The Kangasghan which in the real world seems to depict a kangaroo can only be captured in Australia, in Asia a wild duck Pokemon in Farfetch'd is exclusive, in North America is the Tauros and lastly Mr. Mime a clown like Pokemon is only capturable in Europe.

All these Pokemons are actually obtainable wherever you are in the world. All you need to do is to walk 5kms to hatch these creatures in "Pokemon GO."

That is just a couple of "Pokemon GO" myths that we're going to solve. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon GO" news. 

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