New Pokemon Go Legendary And Gen 3 Pokemon Now Available

Rayquaza, Salamence, and more Hoenn Pokemon have arrived.

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Another wave of Gen 3 Pokemon have arrived in Pokemon Go. Beginning today, February 9, players can find and catch more monsters originally from Ruby and Sapphire in the mobile game, while the Legendary Pokemon Rayquaza will be available for a limited time.

From February 9 to March 16, players will be able to encounter the powerful Dragon-type Pokemon as a Raid Battle at Gyms. Rayquaza is the third Legendary Pokemon from Gen 3 thus far, following Groudon (which was available from December-January) and the current Legendary Kyogre.

In addition to Rayquaza, Niantic is introducing another new wave of Hoenn Pokemon to Go. This wave consists primarily of Flying- and Dragon-types, such as Salamence, Altaria, Tropius, and Metagross. The previous batch of Gen 3 Pokemon included a number of Ground-types like Flygon, Aggron, and Camerupt.

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With the new update, more than 100 Gen 3 Pokemon are now available in Pokemon Go. To celebrate the milestone, every Pokemon that players encounter in the wild from February 9-13 will originate from the Hoenn region. Niantic is also offering special boxes that include Raid Passes, Incubators, and Star Pieces from the in-game store until February 23.

Pokemon Go's current Legendary, Kyogre, will appear in Raid Battles until February 14, giving you only a few more days to add one to your collection. The next Pokemon Go Community Day event takes place later this month, on February 24. Like the first Community Day in January, players will be able to catch a rare Pokemon with a special move during the event, in this case Dratini.

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