‘Pokemon Go’ Gen 2 Latest News & Update: Gamers In Frantic Race To Find Mysterious MewTwo

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 03, 2016 12:33 PM EDT

Halloween is over and “Pokemon Go” is expected to normalize as far as the active players for the game is concerned. With the hype over and done with, it may be time to re-focus and track down those rare Pokemon like MewTwo.

At the moment, there is no credible word on when the rare MewTwo is at. Some believe that he will come out at a special event while others bat that this critter is not even out with the current “Pokemon Go” version. Could the fortunes change with the next version?

Answering that is a tough one seeing that Niantic has been trying to plug up the holes tied up to “Pokemon Go”. Some are disappointed with the snail’s pace improvement, particularly the tracking angle which could help with some tweaks.

As mentioned in a previous post, the legendaries and rares for “Pokemon Go” may best come out in 2017. This is the approximated time where Niantic is expected to have “Pokemon Go” Gen 2 in place, something that may include the codes for MewTwo and the rest of the rare pocket monsters.

The best time to track down the rare Pokemon is believed to be between March to May though this is up for confirmation, Neurogadget reported. The bottom line is that players will have to wait if any major development arises once 2017 sets in.

Capturing MewTwo may only happen at a public event, something that was teased via some of the first trailers for “Pokemon Go”. This was that Times Square scene where most wore down MewTwo and eventually captured it, Kotaku reported.

That said, the best bet to spot MewTwo may be at some special “Pokemon Go” event in 2017. Seeing how Niantic was able to do it for Halloween, future special events could be the best way to snag the rare. There will likely be prerequisites such as the Trainer level and possibly an updated script for the augmented reality game.

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