Mega Ampharos Mega Raids are now live in Pokémon Go. To celebrate, Trainers can enjoy an Incense Day event on Sunday, January 24, 2021 from 11 AM to 5 PM local time, during which Dragon and Electric type Pokémon will be lured with Incense.
The next Mega Pokémon is here and you can now challenge Mega Ampharos in Pokémon Go. This Mega Raid will be tough, but we here at iMore have everything you need to know to beat it and add this Mega Pokémon to your roster!
As we get closer to the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event, Niantic announces the next region spotlight: Hoenn. From Tuesday, January 19 through Sunday, January 24, 2021, Trainers will be able to catch lots of Pokémon from the Hoenn region, complete Timed and Field research, and earn tons of rewards.
With new Pokémon being introduced and moves being added and rebalanced often, it can be hard to keep track of the best movesets for your Pokémon in Pokémon Go. Fortunately, we've done the research and testing to figure it out for you.
Niantic will be introducing random Trainer encounters to Pokémon Go during the Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event this February. And players can enter for a chance to have their in game avatar featured as one of these NPC Trainers.
Every so often, your Animal Crossing: New Horizons island will experience a meteor shower. During this event, you can make wishes on shooting stars for amazing rewards the following day. Read ahead to learn how to get the most Star Fragments and Zodiac Fragments, and what to do with them.
Not every Pokémon in Pokémon Go can be Shiny, and even those which can can still be pretty difficult to track down. Outside of an event, your best chance at finding Shiny Pokémon is to click on every single Pokémon you encounter whose species have the potential to be Shiny. Here's which Pokémon you should be Shiny checking.
The Legendary Lava Dome Pokémon, Heatran is coming back to Legendary Raids in Pokémon Go for just one week. Beginning on January 12, 2021, you can challenge Heatran once again and maybe even earn yourself a Shiny one. The Steel and Fire type puts up a tough fight, but we have everything you need to know to beat it!
Genesect, the Paleozoic Pokémon is returning to Pokémon Go. It will be the featured Legendary Pokémon for one week only, from January 5 through January 12, 2021, and this time it will be equipped with a Burn Drive.
You can control Eevee's evolutions for Leafeon, Glaceon, Umbreon, Espeon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon in Pokémon Go! Between the nickname trick, special Lure Modules, and Buddy Friendship, we have everything you need to know about evolving Eevee!
Name: Braixen (Japanese: テールナー Tairenar) Classification: Fox Pokémon Type: Fire Generation: Gen VI Kalos Region Gender Ratio: 87.5% Male to 12.5% Female Height: 3'3" Weight: 32 lbs Evolution: Evolves from Fennekin at level 16. Evolves from Fennekin with 25 Candies in Pokémon Go. Evolves into Delphox at level 36. Evolves into Delphox with 100 Candies in Pokémon Go. Alternate...
Name: Fennekin (Japanese: フォッコ Fokko) Classification: Fox Pokémon Type: Fire Generation: Gen VI Kalos Region Gender Ratio: 87.5% Male to 12.5% Female Height: 1'4" Weight: 20.7 lbs Evolution: Evolves into Braixen at level 16. Evolves into Braixen with 25 Candies in Pokémon Go. Alternate Formes: None How to catch in Sword/Shield: Not Available Yet How to catch in Go: Wild...
Name: Delphox (Japanese: マフォクシー Mahoxy) Classification: Fox Pokémon Type: Fire/Psychic Generation: Gen VI Kalos Region Gender Ratio: 87.5% Male to 12.5% Female Height: 4'11" Weight: 86 lbs Evolution: Evolves from Braixen at level 36. Evolves from Braixen with 100 Candies in Pokémon Go. Alternate Formes: None How to catch in Sword/Shield: Not Available Yet. How to catch in...