Pokemon Go Trade Evolution and more Unova region Pokemon added

Joanna Estrada
January 14, 2020

In addition to new Research Breakthrough Encounters featuring Lapras, Pokemon Go players can also complete new Team Go Rocket missions. While each one these Pokemon are readily available to be hatched from eggs, captured from the wild or obtained in raids, a number of the new Pokemon will be area exclusive. It used to cost a whopping 100 sweets to reach the final evolution of these powerful Pokemon. Players will have the ability to develop their collection and test the Trade Evolution mechanic, which enables gamers to evolve their Pokemon.

Meanwhile, if your set of pocket monsters are Boldore, Gurdurr, Karrablast, and Shelmet that were originally discovered in the new Unova region, you can use the trade Evolution benefits and choose them to fight in your next battle parties to visit soon.

In a blog article published on Friday, Pokemon GO disclosed it could be releasing a few Generation 5 Pokemon, which surfaced in Pokemon Black and White. Players will start to see Roggenrola, Tympola, Dwebble, Trubbish, Karrablast, Joltik and Shelmet appearing in the wild.

10 Km eggs: Timburr, Tirtouga, Archen, and Axew. At the same time, Pokemon Timburr will also be available in the one-star raids.

Beyond that, Sigilyph will stick to Egypt and Greece whilst Maractus will hang out in Southern United States, Mexico, Central America, the Carribean and South America. The entire Eastern Hemisphere can find the Red Striped form of Basculin, while the Western Hemisphere can find the Blue Striped form Basculin. If your Pokemon has been traded in the past, it will still qualify for the free evolution. This is the first launch into the Unova region, so there is sure to be other surprises tucked in. According to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence, Niantic's fan-favourite augmented-reality game has just had its biggest year to date, generating an estimated $894 million (£688m) in gross player spending last year, making 2019 the company's most successful year to date.

Pokemon GO is available now on iOS and Android devices.

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