Niantic is adding Generation 4 Pokémon to the mix in Pokémon Go. Users of the popular mobile game will just need to download a quick update and they can start searching for 23 of the eventually 100 pocket monsters from the Sinnoh region that will eventually hit the game. The new trailer showing off Gen 4 can be viewed below.
Fans of the Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum games will be able to catch the starters as of now. Turtwig, Piplup, and Chimchar and their evolutions are among the first wave of Sinnoh Pokemon available now.
As for the other Pokemon coming to the game, Niantic said the following in its update post:
Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region will be making their way to Pokémon GO in waves! So, you can look forward to discovering even more Pokémon over the next few weeks appearing in the wild, hatching from Eggs, and battling in raids. Stay tuned to our official channels for updates about new Pokémon, new features, and expansions to existing features like Pokémon storage and more!
More discoveries from the Sinnoh region await, Trainers, so let’s get ready to GO!
Are you excited for the Pokemon Go update? Do you still play the game? What is your favorite Sinnoh Pokemon? Let us know in the comments!
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