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Pokemon GO Fest 2022 Adds New Ultra Beasts

June 22, 2022

As Niantic is holding the Pokemon GO Fest all around the globe, new Pokemon are making their way into the game. And in the upcoming Pokemon Go Fest 2022, trainers can get their hands on Ultra Beasts. 

In a recent announcement, Niantic has informed us that Ultra Beast Pokemon which includes Buzzswole, Xurkitree and Pheromosa will make their debut in Seattle, Sapporo and Berlin respectively.

Ultra Beast Pokemon belong to the mysterious category and belong to the Ultra Space. Prior to this massive debut of such Pokemon, Nihilego, one of the Ultra Beast has successfully made its first appearance during one of the previous Pokémon GO Fest. Check out the video below to know more about the upcoming Ultra Beats.

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Along with the debut of multiple Ultra Beasts, devs are also adding Beast Balls to capture them. The Beast Balls are prepared by Rhi of the GO Ultra Recon Squad, which is a special and rare kind of Poké Ball. These are made to help in-person Pokémon GO Fest attendees catch an Ultra Beast as part of Special Research during each in-person Pokémon GO Fest event. Be sure to utilise the Research as it increases your chances to catch the Beasts.

Moreover, trainers who are unable to participate in the Pokemon GO Fests can capture them in the near future as the Ultra Beats will be available globally in the upcoming Seasons. The details for the same will be shared shorty by the developers.

Coming to the dates, Pokemon GO Fest 2022 in Berlin will start from July 1st to 3rd, followed by Seattle on July 22nd to 24th and lastly, Sapporo from August 5th to 7th. That’s all for the Pokemon GO Fest 2022 upcoming Ultra Beasts. Keep visiting our page for more information on the GO Fest. Pokemon GO Fest 2022 Adds New Ultra Beasts

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