Pokémon Go will introduce Pokémon from the Unova region in its latest update, including the Black and White starters and new regional exclusives.
In raids, players will expect to see Lillipup, Patrat, and Klink, though it’s unknown what difficulty these will be categorised as. Klink won’t be appearing in the wild, however, so raids will be the only opportunity to add it to the Poké Dex. But, if Trainers are especially lucky with the RNG, they may find a Shiny Patrat and Shiny Lillipup loafing about in the world.
The Unova Stone is a new evolutionary item that will be introduced as well. Like the Sinnoh Stone, this will allow certain Unova Pokémon to evolve to their next stage, and will be dispensed from Research Breakthroughs. Unlike the Sinnoh Stone, let’s hope it has a higher drop rate because Sinnoh Stones are rarer than Combusken teeth.
And finally, information on regional exclusives has been disclosed. In the western hemisphere, Trainers will encounter Heatmor, and in the eastern hemisphere, Durant will be found. I like to think that Durant started running away from a Heatmor and eventually stopped when it reached the other side of the world. The Elemental Monkey Pokémon — Panpour, Pansear, and Pansage — will also arrive in all corners of the world. Panpour is exclusive to the Americas and Greenland, whereas Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India will discover Pansear. By process of elimination, that means that Pansage will pop up in the Asia-Pacific region.
Colm, if you are reading this, I am definitely not multitasking and I am definitely not checking my phone for a Pansear to appear.
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