‘Pokemon GO’ Gen 2 Release Date, News & Update: New Pokemon Tyranitar, MewTwo, Ho-oH, Lugia, Celebi, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Suicune Arriving December!
Recent reports claim that Niantic would bring the biggest update in "Pokemon GO" history this coming December. Some rumors say that the Gen 2 Pokemon will arrive along with the update. One of the most anticipated Pokemon to come is Tyranitar.
According to a report from Pokemon GO Hub, Tyranitar comes from the Generation 2 type of Pokemon. Tyranitar is a dark or rock beast type Pokemon. It has an incredible strong power and move-sets. If it comes in, "Pokemon GO" players can consider it as the Dragonite in Gen 2.
Some players predicted that Tyranitar will soon come in "Pokemon GO" because of the recent update code that says "Tyranitar." This new type of Pokemon is very best in any situations either attacking or defending a gym. Tyranitar is also the best counter for the Pokemon Dragonite, Lapras, Snorlax, Slowbro and Exeggutor.
Some players say that Tyranitar is like the God of Pokemons. Dragonites main counter are Lapras but Dragonite is also weak to Rock moves, which means Tyranitar can easily take Dragonites down. Lapras have one of the best defenses among all Pokemon, but it is also weak to rock type Pokemons such as Tyranitar. These Pokemons would be easily beaten in "Pokemon GO" Gen 2 gym battles.
Exeggutor and Slowbros will not match Tyranitar because their Psychic moves are not effective against dark type Pokemons. Tyranitar can also resist both Lick and Zen Headbutt of a Snorlax, and its Rock type build takes care of all Snorlax Normal moves. Players would be very lucky if they caught a Tyranitar that can counter all strong Pokemons in "Pokemon GO."
Maybe the only Pokemons that can match Tyranitar are the legendaries like MewTwo, Ho-oH, Lugia, Celebi, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres and Suicune. Tyranitar can also have a 3653 Max CP that is higher than the "Pokemon GO" gym lord Dragonite. These new Pokemons is rumored to arrive this coming December along with the features most requested by players. Stay tuned to Game&Guide for more "Pokemon GO" news and updates for "Pokemon GO."