Pokémon Go Legendary Lunch Hour date and times, Dialga counters and all other Legendary Pokémon you can catch right now – Eurogamer.net

Matthew Reynolds Guides Editor @Crazyreyn Pokémon Go Legendary Pokémon had been hotly anticipated for some time, eventually arriving a full one year after the game released. Fans of the classic games will remember them fondly – from the flying trio Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres to the elusive Mewtwo and Mew in Red, Blue and Yellow to Gen 2’s Gold, Silver and Crystal, Legendary beasts Raikou, Entei, Suicune, and beyond. These are amongst the game’s rarest creatures, and can be caught from multiple sources – from Raids to Field Research rewards – depending on the month in question. On this page: Pokémon Go Legendary Lunch Hour date, time explained Dialga counters, other Legendary Pokémon currently available Previously available Legendary Pokémon How to catch Legendaries and how to unlock Legendary Raids in Pokémon Go The history of Legendaries in Pokémon Go Pokémon Go Legendary Lunch Hour date, time explained A new event is being trialled in Pokémon Go – the Legendary Lunch hour. For one hour this week, there will be increased Legendary Raids to complete, allowing you to schedule some dedicated battling time in the diary. The Legendary Lunch Hour date is Wednesday, March 13th. The Legendary Lunch Hour time 12pm to 1pm local time – meaning no matter where you are in the world, it’ll be for one hour starting at midday. If all goes to plan, the Legendary Lunch hour could become a weekly event. Let’s see how this first one goes! Dialga counters, other Legendary Pokémon currently available Legendaries are primarily caught in Raid battles, and much challenging than standard encounters, so will require as many players as possible to take them down. Living in major cities with gyms at popular landmarks will naturally attract players without organising before hand – just look out for the blue and white
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