Two Pokemon Go Legendaries Back Again This Weekend [Last Chance]

Lugia and Ho-Oh are back for a special Raid weekend event.

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Two Legendary Pokemon have returned to Pokemon Go for a very limited time. Niantic has brought the cover monsters from Pokemon Gold and Silver, Ho-Oh and Lugia, back to the mobile game as part of a special Raid weekend event, which kicked off this Friday, December 14, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. [Update: Ho-Oh and Lugia are scheduled to leave Raid Battles again today, December 17, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET, making this your last chance to catch them.]

All through the weekend, players will be able to encounter the two Johto Legendaries once again as Raid Battles at Gyms. Moreover, Niantic says that Shiny variants of the two Pokemon will also have a chance of appearing. The Legendaries will be available until Monday, December 17, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET.

Ho-Oh and Lugia aren't the only Legendaries appearing again in Pokemon Go. As part of December's Field Research, players have another chance to capture Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Raikou, Entei, or Suicune. Each time they achieve a Research Breakthrough this month, they'll be rewarded with another encounter with one of the six aforementioned Legendaries.

Meanwhile, Pokemon Go's latest Gen 4 Legendary, Cresselia, is set to leave the game soon. The Psychic Pokemon will only appear in Raid Battles until December 18, making this your last opportunity to capture one if you haven't already.

Niantic recently rolled out a new update for Pokemon Go, introducing the newly announced PvP Trainer Battle system to the game. Now, all Pokemon Go users who have reached at least level 10 can challenge other players directly to three-on-three Pokemon battles. You can learn more about the new feature in our Pokemon Go PvP guide.

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