- 1 Official Pokémon GO screenshots for Wild Hoenn Pokémon Cacnea, Baltoy, Numel and Aron
- 2 Pokemon GO updated on iOS and Android: Updated to version 0.91.1 for Android and 1.61.1 for iOS
- 3 Pokémon GO still sending notifications to explore parks past midnight
- 4 Tauros is somehow still appearing in the wild in Pokémon GO despite the Hoenn Pokémon takeover
New Hoenn Pokémon released on GO. Rayquaza is appearing in Raid battles atop Gyms and can only be caught with Premier Balls, which can be earned from defeating it. It is the first Dragon-type legendary Pokémon available in Pokémon GO.
Plusle and Minun are available for capture worldwide and are no longer region locked. Players can catch them in the normal way.
In Other Pokemon Go News:
Official Pokémon GO screenshots for Wild Hoenn Pokémon Cacnea, Baltoy, Numel and Aron
Pokémon GO developer Niantic recently confirmed that even more Hoenn Pokémon are now available in the immensely-popular mobile game. New Hoenn Pokémon include Pelipper, Salamence, Tropius, Swablu, Altaria, Swellow, Chimecho, Beldum, Bagon, Metagross and the Legendary Rayquaza, which is now appearing in Raid Battles in Pokémon GO Gyms until March 16.
In addition, Pokémon originally discovered in the Hoenn region have taken over wild encounters until February 13.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to catch powerful Pokémon such as Salamence, Altaria, Metagross and more!
To see official Pokémon GO screenshots of Hoenn Pokémon Cacnea, Baltoy, Numel and Aron, check out the images in the gallery below:
Pokemon GO updated on iOS and Android: Updated to version 0.91.1 for Android and 1.61.1 for iOS
Pokémon GO is being updated to version 0.91.1 for Android and 1.61.1 for iOS devices.
These details include:
- Improved the in-game News feature;
- Collection search function now lets players search using “Shiny”;
- Bug fixes and performance updates.
Pokémon GO still sending notifications to explore parks past midnight
A number of Pokémon GO players are still receiving notifications to go out and explore the world around them at questionable timings.
Some are being encouraged to visit nearby parks past midnight, which might not exactly be the best idea depending on where you live.
This is just a reminder to be careful out there and always be on alert whenever you decide to play the game.
Tauros is somehow still appearing in the wild in Pokémon GO despite the Hoenn Pokémon takeover
According to Pokémon GO developer Niantic, every Pokémon you encounter in the wild will be one originally discovered in the Hoenn region until February 13.
However, Tauros can still be spotted in the wild in Pokémon GO, as shown in the captured screenshot above.
This shouldn’t be the case, as Tauros is a Pokémon that was originally discovered in the Kanto region. Niantic has yet to address this, but stay tuned for any updates.
So, what do you think about all these new features released and the constant Notifications at midnight in Pokemon Go? Let me know in the comments below!