Niantic has finally revealed new Pokemon Go Gen 4 Pokemon from Sinnoh region. There is a total of 7 Pokemon Go chains with Gen 4 that you will be able to catch now. Though, don’t expect to catch all of them from the Sinnoh region as some are region-exclusive. Not all of them are currently available to catch and will be released in waves so you can’t catch them all in one go. Fans of the game have already managed to find over 23 Pokemon from the Sinnoh region while roaming in the wild. The list of Pokemon Go Gen 4 Pokemon that can be found and come with their own evolutions are: Turtwig, Grotle, Torterra Starly, Staravia, Staraptor Piplup, Prinplup, Empoleon Chimchar, Monferno, Infernape Bidoof, Bibarel Buneary, Lopunny Cricketot, Kricketune The remaining Pokemon Go Gen 4 Pokemon will be released in waves so the players probably will have to wait till the end of the year to collect most of them. Pokemon without any confirmation of evolution and are available to … [Read more...] about New Pokemon Go Gen 4 Pokemon from Sinnoh Region Require Some Travel Time
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While Pokemon Go is currently limited to the first few generations of Pokemon, some of the Pokemon from the most recent full-blown release in the main series are available out in the world – Alolan Pokemon. Here’s how to catch some of Pokemon Go’s Alolan Pokemon forms. Despite the fact that Pokemon Go is currently angling towards getting up to gen 4 of Pokemon, there are a few gen 7 Pokemon available in Pokemon Go – Alolan Pokemon. These unique Pokemon are different forms of breeds that you’ll already be familiar with, first discovered in Alola, the setting of Pokemon Sun and Moon. On this page, we’re going to explain how to get your hands on all of the Pokemon Go Alolan Pokemon Forms in the game – plus explain how these new Pokemon types differ. Keep in mind that Alola Pokemon are new versions of existing creatures. As such they’ll show up in your Pokedex as different forms of Pokemon you will have already seen. They don’t have a … [Read more...] about Pokemon Go Alolan Pokemon: how to get Alolan Raichu and every other Alola form Pokemon
Everything we know so far about the incoming Alolan Forms of Kanto Pokémon. Pokémon Go Alolan Forms have arrived, introducing a new type of creature to catch while exploring out in the wild. It's a bit of a break from form for Pokémon Go and developer Niantic - Alolan Forms were introduced in Gen 7 of the main games (Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon), and we're only up to Gen 3 at the time of writing! - but seeing as there's a bit of history there for elements of Alola creeping into Pokémon Go, maybe it's less surprising than we first thought. First up is Alolan Exeggutor, giving us context of how these will work, and there's other Forms teased to be on the way. Our Alolan Forms list provides you with images and differences with these Alolan Forms' new types, so you know which Kanto Pokémon have Alolan Forms. On this page: How Alola Forms and Alolan Exeggutor work in Pokémon GoAlolan Forms are visually and often … [Read more...] about Pokémon Go Alolan Forms list, how to get Alolan Exeggutor and how will Alola Pokémon work
Pokémon Go Alolan Forms are coming to the game soon, but at this stage details are still fairly thin on the ground. It's a bit of a break from form for Pokémon Go and developer Niantic - Alolan Forms were introduced in Gen 7 of the main games (Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon), and we're only up to Gen 3 at the time of writing! - but seeing as there's a bit of history there for elements of Alola creeping into Pokémon Go, maybe it's less surprising than we first thought. More on the hows and whys of the new Alolan Forms in the sections below! Likewise, what we can at least do is provide you with an Alolan Forms list, including the Alolan Forms' new types, so you know which Kanto Pokémon have Alolan Forms, and we can also do our best to predict how Alola Pokémon will work, given the context of the systems already in the game, and the way they worked in mainline Pokémon games Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. On this page: Pokémon Go … [Read more...] about Pokémon Go Alolan Forms list, new types, and how will Alola Pokémon work?
Alolan Forms of Kanto-region Pokémon are coming to Pokémon Go "in the coming weeks", according to developer Niantic. There's not a lot of other info on the new forms - in fact, there's basically no official word other than the fact that they're coming - and if you're involved in Pokémon Go or the mainline Pokémon games, the announcement's probably a bit of a surprise. That's because the Alolan Forms - tropical versions of some original Pokémon from Gen 1 - appear exclusively in Gen 7's Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon region of Alola. Pokémon Go has, so far, only made it's way to the third Generation of Pokémon - so in other words these are way ahead of schedule. There's some history though: last November Niantic did release tropical Alolan player outfits in Pokémon Go's in-game store, as a spot of cross-promotion with the release of enhanced versions Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The final Gen 7 Pokémon, Zeraora, is still yet to … [Read more...] about Alolan Forms are coming to Pokémon Go, before Gen 4