Pokemon Go: Unknowns, Kingdra, Politied, Slowking and More 2nd-Gen Mosnters May Become Available Soon

Pokemon Go: Unknowns, Kingdra, Politied, Slowking and More 2nd-Gen Mosnters May Become Available Soon PHOTOGRAPH: Eduardo Woo/ Flicker |

More Pokemon will be making its way to the popular mobile game Pokemon Go. When the game was released, there were so many people who joined the bandwagon. It was a phenomenon where people did everything they could to catch as many Pokemon as possible.

While the number of players have dwindled, there are still loyal Pokemon fans who are into the game. One of the biggest expectations of the fans is to see some familiar monsters in the game. Fans who have already caught most of the monsters in the index want more.

Pokemon Go Update: New Monsters

There were rumors about new second-generation Pokemon getting added into the game. According to Mashable, dataminers uncovered new lines of codes that suggested that there will be some new additions. Dataminer The Silph Road looked through the codes. The codes mentioned second-gen Pokemon and even some evolution inducing items. These items can turn first-gen monsters into second-gen monsters.

Items For Evolution

The items that are mentioned in the code have specific creatures to evolve. The Dragon Scale item evolves a Seadra into Kingdra. The King’s rock evolves a Poliwhirl into Politoed and a Slowpoke into a Slowking. The Metal Coat item evolves an Onyx into a Steelix and a Scyther into a Scizor.

The Sun Stone, on the other hand, evolves a Gloom into a Bellossom. Then an Up-Grade evolves a Porygon into a Porygon2. There is also the inclusion of Pokemon called Unknown. These are monsters shaped like the letters of the alphabet.

No one knows when the allegedly new batch of Pokemon will be released. Although fans are expecting it to happen in the coming months. The previos Pokemon Go update came out in December. This was when the baby versions of the gen-one Pokemon were released, as noted by Forbes. So fans of the Pokemon go game will have to wait for the official announcement from Niantic Labs.


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