Pokémon Go’s Halloween will bring Generation 3 Pokémon

After various bits of gossip surrounding Generation 3 Pokemon possibly coming to Pokemon Go soon, Niantic confirmed the news officially, in the meantime as uncovering its Halloween 2017 event. The company says “various Ghost-sort Pokemon initially found in the Hoenn region” will touch base as a component of the occasion, including “Sableye, Banette, and others.”

The event is planned to begin on October 20 at midday PT/3 PM ET/8 PM BST (6 AM AET on October 21 in Australia), finishing at 1 PM PT on November 2. Niantic said the event will see “an expanded number of spooky Pokemon, for example, Gastly, Cubone, Misdreavus, Houndour, and more” while “unique Pikachu” wearing a Halloween ensemble will likewise be all over the place.

Rewards for the occasion incorporate twofold Candy rewards for catching, bring forth, and exchanging Pokemon, and you’ll have the capacity to snatch uncommon boxes- – “highlighting things, for example, Raid Passes and Super Incubators”- – from the in-amusement shop. At last, you’ll have the capacity to snatch the Mimikyu Disguise Hat for your symbol to wear.

Two more Generation 3 Pokemon- – Duskull and Dusclops- – can likewise be found in-amusement in the trailer above. They, alongside Sableye and Banette, are the principal Pokemon from Ruby and Sapphire to show up in Pokemon Go. Niantic says whatever is left of those recreations’ beasts will touch base in Pokemon Go “beginning step by step as ahead of schedule as December.”

The expansion of Gen 3 Pokemon was released earlier this week when a data mine evidently revealed sounds for all species up to #386 (Deoxys, the last Pokemon found in Generation 3). Another hole, indicating more Gen 3 creatures and Pikachu wearing a witch’s cap, taken after days after the fact.

The official declaration implies Pokemon Go will get a Halloween event for the second year running. In addition, you can look at our gathering of the considerable number of diversions holding Halloween events this month.

A few different events are going on now in Pokemon Go. Until October 25, players can share the best AR photographs they take in-diversion for a risk to win cool prizes. The Legendary mutts Entei, Raikou, and Suicune are likewise accessible in new areas through October 31. In other Pokemon news, the developer of the mainline series, Game Freak, has clarified why Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon aren’t coming to Nintendo Switch.