Pokémon GO: Legendary Mega Raids Might Be The Next Addition

Recently leaked information implies that Pokémon GO developer Niantic is planning to include Mega Legendary Raids. With Pokémon GO still holding strong over six years following its initial debut, players can look forward to additional collectibles and special events. This month’s Community Day, for example, saw the introduction of the Alolan Pokémon Stufful, which was given a flower crown as part of a special Spring event in Pokémon GO.

Pokémon X and Y’s Mega Evolutions originally appeared in Pokémon GO as a strong but short-lived new stage for some Pokémon roughly 10 years ago. Mega Evolutions were first introduced in 2020, and only 17 species are now accessible. Instead of utilizing a Mega Stone, users in Pokémon GO must spend a certain quantity of Mega Energy to get their partner Pokémon up to the Mega stage, which is different from past games. The leveling mechanism for Mega Evolutions in Pokémon GO may be getting a facelift, but it may not be the only huge update that Niantic has in store.

PokeMiners, a Pokémon datamining organization, recently leaked data that revealed a slew of upcoming improvements and additions to Pokémon GO, according to a report by PokémonGoHub.net earlier this week. There’s a picture of the new Mega Legendary Eggs in Pokémon GO, as well as an evolution chart demonstrating how these strong new species might branch out. In addition to Legendary Mega Evolution Raids, certain leaked lines of source code imply that new search features and user interface changes would be introduced to Pokémon GO’s Mega Evolution system. According to PokemonGoHub.net, the information obtained via these breaches is liable to change at any moment, including the fresh material it contains.

Niantic is continually modifying and contributing to the gameplay around this formidable Pokémon stage, including the inclusion of Mega Evolutions for rare and powerful Legendaries, which were only recently added to Pokémon GO. Legendary Mega Evolution Raids have yet to be verified by Nintendo or Niantic, so Pokémon GO gamers should keep an eye on the newest PokeMiners datamine.

Susan Kowal
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