For Pokémon GO Fest – 2022, Niantic has announced the Legendary & Mega Raid Battles which shall be accessible, giving players the opportunity to capture Shiny Mewtwo & Groudon variations. Organizers of the yearly Pokémon GO Fest unveiled the newest edition back in March, featuring virtual and in-person activities planned for would-be Pokémon trainers all around the globe. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the previous 2 Pokémon GO Fests were limited to a digital only event, but this did not stop the 2021 Pokémon GO Fest from shattering milestones and generating roughly $21 million in income over 2 days.
As Niantic & The Pokémon Company ramp up anticipation for the commencement of the festival on Saturday, June 4, more information about this year’s Pokémon GO Fest is starting to surface. This year’s Pokémon GO Fest will offer players the opportunity to catch legendary Pokémon such as the Gen 4 grass-type Shaymin, which was introduced earlier in March but has only just been made accessible to catch. Even during “Season of GO,” which kicks off Pokémon GO Fest – 2022, players may win stat increasing Candy XL at an earlier time than normal, and gamers can capture a variety of rare Shiny variations during raiding & competitions staged throughout four distinct in-game settings.
Earlier this week, Pokémon GO tweeted out the entire timeline of activities and benefits that will be accessible in the following month. Pokémon GO Fest 2022’s Legendary & Mega Raid Battles, which will last each week for the duration of the month, are included in this.
Trainers, the Legendary Pokémon Mewtwo is returning to raids—and that’s not all we have planned for June this year!
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) May 27, 2022
Pokémon GO Fest 2022 is currently in full swing, with several upcoming events, Raid Battles, including Shiny Pokémon variations being added to the extremely popular mobile phone game during the month of February. For the first time ever, Pokémon GO players will be able to participate in Raid Battles in which they may catch both the ordinary and Shiny forms of a few of the franchise’s best-known Legendary and Mega Pokemon.