‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News & Update: Niantic Releases Legendary Pokemons Via Halloween Event Update? More Challenges, Battles, Game Features Are Coming Too?

By Maui , Updated Oct 26, 2016 08:11 PM EDT
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It is almost four months since the hit augmented reality game "Pokemon GO" was launched. Since then, there were no major updates made by Niantic. Several fans are now requesting to add more Pokemons like the legendaries and increase the spawn rate of some Pokemons.

According to a report from Forbes, with the new buddy system in "Pokemon GO," a lot of players have filled their Pokedex by just evolving Pokemons. But, legendary Pokemons can only be obtained by catching and not evolving. Many legendary Pokemons are still missing in the game like Mew, Mewtwo, Articuno, Moltres and Zapdos.

The legendary Mewtwo is the type of Pokemon that can evolve into anything. It is also one of the most talked about Pokemon. Mewtwo has 2 evolutions, the Mega Mewtwo (using Mewtwonite Y) and Mega Mewtwo X (using the Mewtwonite X). When is MewTwo coming in "Pokemon GO"?

On the other hand, Articuno is also a dual type Pokemon. It has the capabilities of ice powers and flying. This legendary bird is representing Team Mystic, but it hasn't made any appearance in "Pokemon GO" yet. There are also rumors that, when the legendary Articuno arrive in the game, it can be utilized by the team where it belongs to.

Zapdos is a dual type legendary bird. It is an electric and a flying type Pokemon. There are rumors that Zapdos can also evolve into any form or creature just like Mewtwo. Zapdos is also one of the strongest legendary birds of Pokemon, which is said to arrive with other "Pokemon GO" Generation 2 update.

Moltres, on the other hand, is the legendary bird that represents Team Valor. It is also a dual type Pokemon that has the capability of flying and wielding fire elements. Again, the three legendary birds are expected to be part of "Pokemon GO" Gen 2 update.

However, the recent Halloween event update in "Pokemon GO" starts on October 26 and ends in November 1. Niantic is hoping that the update is going to bring back some of the players that has stopped playing the game. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon GO" news and updates!

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