The finish of the month is shortly approaching, which implies Pokemon Go gamers solely have a couple of extra days to catch its present Legendary. The Pokemon Silver mascot Lugia is scheduled to go away the sport on April 2, making this your final alternative so as to add one to your assortment for the foreseeable future.
Lugia was one of many first Legendaries launched in Pokemon Go, initially showing as a Raid Battle boss final summer time alongside one other Legendary fowl, Articuno. Niantic reintroduced Lugia to the sport earlier this month, though gamers will discover it’s barely completely different from its preliminary run.
As earlier than, gamers will encounter Lugia as a Raid Battle at Gyms. This time round, nevertheless, it is aware of the “newly improved” Flying-type transfer Sky Attack. Lugia also needs to show to be simpler to seize than it initially was, though you’ll nonetheless have to defeat it first with the intention to get that chance. You can discover recommendations on the best way to catch Lugia in our information.
Niantic hasn’t introduced if Lugia will return to the sport once more sooner or later, but it surely actually would not be a shock. Several Legendaries have reappeared in Pokemon Go following their preliminary run, most lately Groudon and Kyogre, each of which returned as Raid bosses throughout final month’s Legendary Week occasion.
April 2 additionally marks the day Pokemon Go’s Easter Eggstravaganza occasion ends. Until then, Pokemon that usually hatch from 5 km or 10 km Eggs, comparable to Wynaut or Ralts, may be hatched from 2 km Eggs. Players may even earn additional Candy for each Egg they hatch throughout the occasion.