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Shiny Suicune will also be appearing in Raids on August 17.

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Now Playing: Pokemon Go Gets Shiny Turtwig This September - GS News Update

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The final Pokemon Go Fest of the year took place in Yokohama, Japan last week, and to reward players for completing enough Global Challenges during the event, developer Niantic is making a handful of bonuses available in the game this week. That's not all; the studio is also bringing another Legendary dog back for a special Raid Day on Saturday. [Update: This event has passed, but you'll soon be able to catch Gen 5 Pokemon.]

From now until August 20, you'll be able to earn the following bonuses while playing Pokemon Go:

  • 3x catch Stardust
  • 3x hatch Stardust
  • 3,000 Stardust per Raid
  • Hour-long Star Pieces

As a final reward, Suicune is making another appearance in five-star Raids on Saturday, August 17. The Legendary Water Pokemon will be available from 4-7 PM local time that day only. Not only does this give you another opportunity to add one to your collection if you've previously missed it in the game, you'll also have a chance of encountering its Shiny form during the Raid hours.

Suicune isn't the only Legendary making an encore appearance in Pokemon Go; Rayquaza also recently returned to Raid Battles for a limited time. The Legendary monster will be appearing in five-star Raids until September 2, and you'll have your first chance to catching a Shiny Rayquaza until then. You can read more tips on how to catch the Legendary in our Pokemon Go Rayquaza guide.

Meanwhile, Pokemon Go's next Community Day is set for September 15. The featured Pokemon this time around will be Turtwig, the Grass-type starter from Diamond and Pearl. Throughout the event, Turtwig will spawn in the wild much more often than it normally does, and you'll have your first chance to find a Shiny Turtwig. Additionally, you'll earn triple the normal amount of Stardust for each Pokemon you catch during the event.

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