Pokémon Go To Get The Lake Guardian Trio: Azelf, Mesprit, and Uxie

Pokémon Go fans are excited after Niantic released a teaser via its official Twitter account. The image shows three silhouettes over a lake and flowers. It is accompanied by a message which notes that unidentified Pokémon monsters have been spotted, urging players to look after them in an attempt to observe anything unusual.

Azelf, Mesprit, and Uxie, The Lake Guardian Trio, To Come To Pokémon Go

Veteran fans of the franchise know that we are looking at the Lake Guardian Trio, excellent water Pokémon which were missing when Gen 4 was released. Azelf, Mesprit and Uxie are quite impressive, and those who played the original games or watched the show will remember that they can be quite fun to use.

Pokémon Go may have have been released in the summer of 2016, but the popular free-to-play mobile game managed to attract millions of players from all over the world with more than 850 million downloads.

Pokémon Go is one of the most played games ever

The game allows players to become Pokémon trainers, and create a vast collection of Pokémon which can be collected, trained and use to show their might against other trainers. Players have the chance to catch iconic Pokémon like Pikachu, Venusaur, and Charizard.

When a Pokémon is found you will have to throw a Poké Ball at it. Move fast, or the Pokémon will escape, and you will have to search for another one. You will have to take some long walks since certain Pokémon favor a specific environment. For example, water Pokémon will tend to appear near lakes and rivers.

If you need more resources, you can always visit a gym or a PokéStops, often located near essential sites like museums, monuments, and others.

At this point, it is not clear when they will be released or how. Some believe that they will be offered during a new raid while others anticipate a special research event. It is likely that they will pose a challenge for trainers. The entire experience is available for free, but players have the option to pay for consumable items.

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