Pokémon Go Rising Heroes ends – fans expect new Pokémon in upcoming event

POKÉMON Go introduces a new season that will tie into Rising Heroes.

Common wild Pokémon will change and players expect new ‘Mons’ to be added to the game.

One of the biggest changes of the year is just around the corner.


One of the biggest changes of the year is just around the corner.Photo credit: Niantic

Since there are four seasons in the game each year, this will be a big change for players.

Here’s everything that’s happening in Pokémon Go from May 29th to June 4th.

Hundour is in the spotlight

This week’s Spotlight Hour takes place on Tuesday, May 30, 2023out of 6 p.m local time.

Houndour, the pre-development of Houndoom, is the target of this week’s Spotlight Hour.

As usual, this hour has more spawns and a chance to spot a Shiny.

Each Pokemon caught during that hour will also give you double Stardust.

Regigigas returns to raids

Raid Hour takes place on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 out of 6 p.m local time.

Tapu Fini got five star raids for two weeks and so did regigigas

Regigigas is one of the most powerful Pokemon in the game and will be available in every Gym as part of five-star Raids.

Mega Altaria will also receive raids for two weeks just like Regigigas.

A new season will begin

A new season for Pokémon Go starts on Friday 2 June 2023.

Rising Heroes ends on June 1st and a new season begins spanning the next three months.

Details have not yet been announced, but there will be a new event to kick off.

The event will take place on Saturday June 3, 2023 But again, we don’t yet know what that will be.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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