‘Pokemon GO’ News Update: Gen 2 & Legendaries May Debut As Christmas Gift & More
The 'Pokemon GO' craze hasn't finished yet, as the hype for the popular video game continues to rise. There are news and updates that made fans get excited, as there are clues that Niantic may be preparing the update to have Gen 2 and Legendaries released before Christmas.
With this, 'Pokemon GO' developer Niantic gave a glimpse of Christmas Pikachu, Togepi, and Pichu for the upcoming Christmas event. These Christmas Pokemons was shown wearing festive hats. Aside from that, it is also possible to have your Pokemon customized for the season.
So what about the Gen 2 Pokemon? This includes Pokemon from the original Gold and Silver Gameboy versions of the game aside from the first 150 Pokemon of the so-called first Gen.
According to Niantic, "Trainers, Professor Willow has discovered Togepi and Pichu hatching from Eggs! Starting later today, Trainers will have the opportunity to hatch these and several other Pokemon that were originally discovered in the Johto Region in Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver video games," as reported by Express.co.uk.
"These are the first of more Pokemon coming to 'Pokemon GO' over the next few months. Be sure to use the hashtag #PokemonGO on Twitter to share your experiences as you explore your local neighborhoods with family and friends, walk to hatch these Pokemon from Eggs, and register them to your collection this holiday season," they added.
But the complete roster of Gen 2 Pokemon available is not yet revealed. But that is not just what the players are looking forward. It is rumoured that Legendary Pokemons will also be available for catch.
So it seems that this will be a total Christmas gift from Niantic for Pokemon fans. A limited edition Pikachu will be released until December 29 this year. So make sure to catch one of your own as well.
Can't get enough of your 'Pokemon GO' experience? Anytime soon, those legendary Pokemons and Gen 2 can get to your collection, and expect to have more updates in the future.