Pokemon Go : Two additional raid passes will be given to players during Mewtwo Raid Hour October 2019
Mewtwo Legendary Raid Hour was scheduled to take place on September 18, 2019, but due to some technical issues, it could not happen. Earlier, Niantic postponed the Mewtwo Legendary Raid hour to October 8, 2019.
Today, Niantic has announced that players will get two additional raid passes during the hour of the raid. It means players can get three raid passes during that day. Niantic has done this to make up for the cancellation of the Mewtwo Legendary Raid Hour, which was supposed to take place last week. Mewtwo will return to raids on October 8 featuring a special move Psystrike.
Mewtwo is coming to raids on October 8, 2019, from 6 pm to 7 pm in your local time zone. Mewtwo is a psychic-type Pokemon and is weak against strong Dark-type, Bug-Type & Ghost-type Pokemon. Best counters of Mewtwo are the following: Houndoom, Gengar, Mewtwo, Tyranitar, Origin Giratina, Absol, and Weavile.
Currently, Pokemon Go World Tourism Day event is live in the game. The event started today and will stay alive until October 1, 2019. The event has brought in a variety of bonuses for players. Many regional Pokemon will also hatch in 5 km eggs under this event.
Shiny Zangoose and Shiny Seviper have also been made available for the game. Mime Jr will also hatch from 5 km eggs in Europe. If you are lucky, you may encounter shining Mime Jr. You can check the list of all regional Pokemon that will hatch from 5 km eggs under this event down below.
Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan, Tauros, Heracross, Corsola, Volbeat, Illumise, Torkoal, Zangoose, Seviper, Lunatone, Solrock, Tropius, Relicanth, Pachirisu, Mime Jr., Chatot, Pansage, Pansear, Panpour, Heatmor, and Durant.
For a quick refresher, data miner Chrales has leaked an upcoming Stardust blast event. Pokemon Go Stardust Blast event is expected to take place on October 3, 2019. During the event, players are expected to get double Stardust from hatching eggs and catching Pokemon. You can get all the details about the upcoming Stardust Blast event by heading here.
Last year’s Stardust Blast event started on November 6 and stayed live until November 13. So, according to the leaked data, this year’s Stardust Blast event is expected to arrive early. But we should take this information with a grain of salt and wait for Niantic’s official announcement.
Last year’s Moltres Raid event was postponed in Japan due to an earthquake. But since then, it never came back to light again. But today, Niantic has announced that Moltres Raid Day will take place on October 19, 2019, from 11 am to 2 pm in Hokkaido, Japan which will feature Moltres and Shiny Moltres.
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