Dedicated Pokemon GO players that are looking to catch ’em all should know that the three legendary beasts, Entei, Raikou, and Suicune from Pokemon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, have yet again been rotated to different regions around the world.
As of September 30th, the fire-type Pokemon Entei is now appearing in legendary raids in North and South America. Raikou, the electric-type legendary beast that had previously been prowling around the western hemisphere, is now available to catch in Asian territories. Pokemon GO fans in Africa and Europe, meanwhile, will start finding the water-type Pokemon Suicune in their legendary raids.
Pokemon GO fans will have the opportunity to catch the current legendary beast appearing in their region until October 31st, at which point they will likely be rotated again. Considering this, Pokemon GO players serious about filling out their Johto region Pokedex may want to make sure they are prepared to take on the legendary beasts while they still have the chance.
With new legendary dogs appearing in different territories around the globe, October is shaping up to be an exciting month for Niantic’s popular mobile game. Besides having the chance to catch new legendary Pokemon, October could mean even bigger things for Pokemon GO enthusiasts. For example, there will likely be a Halloween event at the end of the month, and if it’s anything like last year’s event, the festivities should include an increase of ghost-type Pokemon appearing in the wild as well as double candy for catching Pokemon.
October may also bring with it news on when third generation Pokemon will finally be added to the game. If the month passes with no news on when third generation Pokemon are coming to Pokemon GO, though, then it’s probably safe to assume that the critters won’t be added until spring of 2018 at the earliest.
While fans wait on details about third generation Pokemon and possible Halloween events, they can pass the time by preparing their Pokemon team for legendary raids against Entei, Raikou, and Suicune.
Pokemon GO is available now for iOS and Android mobile devices.