Pokemon Go Gen 5 Guide - How To Get Unova Stones And New Pokemon

Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, and more are now live in Pokemon Go.

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Pokemon Go's Pokedex has expanded once more with the introduction of the first Gen 5 Pokemon, which have arrived as part of the game's third and final set of Ultra Bonuses. Players around the world now have a chance to encounter a variety of monsters originally from the Unova region in Pokemon Black and White versions, with even more to come over the next few months.

What Are The New Gen 5 Pokemon?

As Niantic has previously teased, the three Unova starters--Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott--are among the new Pokemon you can find, and they can either be caught in the wild or hatched from certain eggs. They certainly aren't the only Gen 5 monsters available in the game, however. Pidove, Lillipup, Patrat, and more will also appear in the wild, while Litwick, Ferroseed, Deino, and others may hatch from 10 km eggs.

Depending on where you live, you'll also be able to encounter a handful of new region-exclusive Pokemon. Durant and Heatmor will only appear in the Eastern and Western hemispheres, respectively, while the three elemental monkeys Pansage, Pansear, and Panpour will each be exclusive to certain parts of the world.

How To Get Unova Stone In Pokemon Go

Coinciding with the arrival of Gen 5 Pokemon, Niantic has introduced a new evolutionary item to the game called the Unova Stone. Much like the Sinnoh Stone, this is required to evolve certain Pokemon from its respective region; for instance, you'll need to use an Unova Stone to evolve Lampent into Chandelure.

At present, the only known way to obtain an Unova Stone is by completing enough Field Research tasks and achieving a Research Breakthrough. As a refresher, you'll receive one stamp for the first Field Research task you complete each day, and once you've collected seven stamps in total, you'll achieve a breakthrough.

Pokemon Go Gen 5 Pokemon List

Below, we've rounded up all the Gen 5 Pokemon confirmed for Pokemon Go so far, along with all the known ways you can obtain them. We'll continue to update this list as more Gen 5 Pokemon are introduced to the game, so be sure to check back often if you're looking to add a particular Unova Pokemon to your collection.

Gen 5 PokemonHow To Obtain
SnivyWild, 5 km eggs
ServineWild, evolve Snivy
SerperiorEvolve Servine
TepigWild, 5 km eggs
PigniteWild, evolve Tepig
EmboarEvolve Pignite
OshawottWild, 5 km eggs
DewottWild, evolve Oshawott
SamurottEvolve Dewott
PatratWild, Raids, 2 km eggs
WatchogEvolve Patrat
LillipupWild, Raids, 2 km eggs
HerdierEvolve Lillipup
StoutlandEvolve Herdier
PurrloinWild, 2 km eggs
LiepardEvolve Purrloin
PansageAsia-Pacific exclusive
SimisageEvolve Pansage
PansearEurope, Middle East, Africa, India exclusive
SimisearEvolve Pansear
PanpourAmericas, Greenland exclusive
SimipourEvolve Panpour
PidoveWild, 2 km eggs
TranquillEvolve Pidove
UnfezantEvolve Tranquill
BlitzleWild
ZebstrikaEvolve Blitzle
DrilburWild, 5 km eggs
ExcadrillEvolve Drilbur
FoongusWild, 5 km eggs
AmoongusEvolve Foongus
FerroseedWild, 10 km eggs
FerrothornEvolve Ferroseed
KlinkRaids, 10 km eggs
KlangEvolve Klink
KlinklangEvolve Klang
Litwick10 km eggs
LampentEvolve Litwick
ChandelureEvolve Lampent (via Unova Stone)
Golett10 km eggs
GolurkEvolve Golett
HeatmorWestern hemisphere exclusive
DurantEastern hemisphere exclusive
Deino10 km eggs
ZweilousEvolve Deino
HydreigonEvolve Zweilous

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