Pokemon GO continues to be a massive success for the Pokemon Company and Niantic as many people play it around the world. The game continues to add new Pokemon and different events as it tries to make it possible to “Catch Em’ All”. One of the new events brings some big Pokemon and a few fan favorites from the Hoenn Region. Here is the Pokemon GO Primal Rumblings Start Date.
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The Pokemon GO Primal Rumblings event will allow players to see some big named Pokemon not only in the wild but during Raids as well. According to Leekduck.com, a great source of Pokemon Go knowledge, here are the Pokemon that will be easier to catch during this event.
Then here are the major Pokemon that will be more available in Raids. The types of Raids they will be available in will be listed next to them.
- Treecko (1 Star Raid)
- Torchic (1 Star Raid)
- Mudkip (1 Star Raid)
- Grovyle (3 Star Raid)
- Combusken (3 Star Raid)
- Marshtomp (3 Star Raid)
- Rayquaza (5 Star Raid)
- Mega Latias (Mega Raid)
- Mega Latios (Mega Raid)
That is right, Rayquaza and Mega Latias and Latios will be available in the game. Also getting some of the more known and arguably popular Pokemon of Gen 3 will be easier as well.
As for the Pokemon GO Primal Rumblings Start Date, the event will run from February 22, 2023 at 10 AM Local Time until February 23, 2023 10 AM Local Time.
As players will see, this will be a pretty limited window. So make sure to get outside and to Raids to get some Hoen favorites during the time period.
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