Niantic prepares a new surprise for Pokemon Go fans. Accordingly, Lugia and Ho-Oh raid come back throughout the weekend. More specifically, you can raid Lugia and Ho-Oh starting from today, December 14th and until Monday, December 17th.
Pokemon Go remains one of the most popular games in the world of the mobile gaming industry. Niantic is always taking care of its fans and is usually adding new content and runs events for the Pokemon Go community. And this weekend is also a special one in Pokemon Go, as Niantic is bringing Lugia and Ho-Oh raids back into the game starting with today, December 14th, and until Monday, December 17th.
Pokemon Go: Lugia and Ho-Oh Raids Come Back Throughout This Weekend
According to recent announcements, Pokemon Go players would be happy to have back the Legendary Pokemon Lugia and Ho-Oh. However, we don’t know if Niantic would also add Aeroblast and Sacred Fire along with the comeback of Lugia and Ho-Oh raids. Aeroblast is Lugia’s special move, while Sacred Fire is the move of Ho-Oh.
It would be great to also enjoy Aroblast and Sacred Fire along with Lugia and Ho-Oh comeback in Pokemon Go, but we don’t know if these special moves would come this weekend.
What’s Coming Next in Pokemon Go?
December is almost gone, so, looking ahead, Niantic is already planning an exciting Pokemon Go Community Day of January. Next month, Niantic might bring one of Bagon, Slakoth, Ralts, or Trapinch Pokemon characters, along with their shiny versions. On the other hand, Niantic might opt for another approach and return to starter Pokemon for the first month of 2019, as Daily Mail suggested earlier today.
In the meantime, let’s enjoy the Lugia and Ho-Oh raids come back to Pokemon Go throughout this weekend (between December 14th and December 17th).
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