Mewtwo coming to Pokémon GO: will be captured in the coming weeks

Niantic, with a post in his official blog, announces that a new legendary Pokémon is coming in within  Pokémon GO : very soon the Mewtwo will be captured .

Available at the Pokémon GO Stadium, which was held in Yokohama, Japan, Mewtwo will be available worldwide, so also in Italy over the coming weeks, of course through Battles Raid Exlusive.

It will be captured by special raid battles, which will appear casually and periodically in gyms around the world, called Raid Battles, which are explained to us by Niantic himself:

The Exclusive Raid Battles are similar to existing Raid Battles, but with some salient differences. Exclusive raids will appear periodically in gyms around the world; However, unlike existing raids, Coaches will be invited to take part in an Exclusive Raid Battle. To receive an invitation to participate in an Exclusive Raid Battle, the Coaches will have to successfully successfully complete a raid in the Gym where the Exclusive Raid Battle will be held. The invitations they receive will contain information on when the raid will be held and will be sent well in advance to allow them to co-ordinate with other Coaches before facing the powerful Raid Boss. Mewtwo will be the first Pokémon that Coaches will face in Raid Exclusive Battles, But other powerful Pokémon will be able to get out of the Raid Eggs that will be in the Raid Exclusive Battles of the coming weeks. Make sure you are prepared to face Mewtwo, give charge to your Pokémon and fight in one of the raids that will be held in gyms close to you!

In addition, from 14 to 31 August 2017, Lugia, Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres, all four together, will be captured again through raid battles around the globe. Who will take advantage of you to expand Pokédex?



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