Mega Blastoise is a great choice to take on this new Mega Pokémon.
Expect more information on the Crown Tundra DLC.
There are Raid updates and Special Research Breakthroughs coming for fans to enjoy in October.
Evolve Pidgeotto into Pidgeot during the event to get an exclusive move.
Shiny Doduo will make its debut in "Pokémon Go" during this event.
Porygon-Z learns Tri Attack upon evolving during the six-hour event.
Mega Pidgeot is weak to Electric, Rock and Ice-type attacks.
Bug-type Pokémon will get a buff in this upcoming season.
If trainers around the world complete 275 million battles, that will unlock Mega Houndoom.
Trainers should try and focus on catching Ralts and Abra with the new field research.
The amount of Mega Energy needed to Mega Evolve a Pokémon that has already Mega Evolved before has apparently decreased.
To unlock Mega Pidgeot, "Pokémon Go" players need to collectively complete two million Mega Raids.
Bringing your own Mega Pokémon into battle will help in the new Mega Raids.
Compete in the new Champion Stadium game mode.
Mega Beedrill needs 100 Mega Energy for the first transformation and just 25 afterwards.
Some Mega Evolutions change the typing of the Pokémon.
After more Mega Pokémon are introduced into "Pokémon Go," will the development team consider allowing them in? We'll have to wait and see.
Mega Charizard X and Y will share the same Mega Energy.
Only Charizard, Venusaur, Blastoise and Beedrill will have their Mega Evolutions available at launch.
Mega Raids and five-star Raids will be separate.
Mark your calendars for September 20 and October 17.
Porygon-Z will receive the exclusive move Tri Attack if it's chosen as the spotlight Pokémon for September's Community Day event.
The Timed Research will be slightly different, but still offers the same rewards.
Lance and Dragonite will also return to "Pokémon Masters."
This event is only available to those who purchased a ticket to Pokémon Go Fest 2020 in July.
Trainers will have another chance to catch a Shiny Roggenrola through Raids this week.
The Normal-type Pokémon is the only option that doesn't already have its Shiny form in "Pokémon Go."
Bouffalant and Emolga will make their "Pokémon Go" debuts this week.
Only Strike Aerodactyl and Tech Kabuto have a chance to be Shiny.
This is the first time Shiny Deoxys is available in "Pokémon Go."