A new event is coming up in Pokémon Go: the Psychological Spectacle. The in-game event will be activated on September 8th. A time is also available: it starts at 10 a.m. You will then have the opportunity to take part in the hustle and bustle until September 13th. For the first time, Iscalar and its further development Calamanero appear in Pokémon Go for the psychological spectacle. “Iscalar can only be developed under special conditions. Trainers who have already toured the Kalos region in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y will certainly not start rotating,” writes Niantic.

In addition, the next part of the special research on the season of the joke in Pokémon Go awaits you. This time “Misunderstood Jokes” will be unlocked. Niantic: “Something has turned the world of Psychic Pokémon upside down – suddenly they appear all over the wild! This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about them. Maybe we can even find out something about Hoopa in the process? ” In the wild you will discover Psycho-Pokémon such as Abra, Traumato, Mollimorba and Monozyto more often than usual. With a little luck you will also face a Pygraulon or Iscalar.

Also stop by the raid battles, because there are waiting for level 1 among others Sterndu (which can be developed into the water and psycho Pokémon Starmie), Palimpalim, Bronzel, Psiau and Iscalar. At level 3 you take on Alola-Raichu, Woingenau, Meditalis and Metagross. Lugia appears at level 5, Mega-Lahmus is on the move in the mega raids. You can also encounter Pokémon like Fleknoil or Iscalar – as a reward for event field research tasks. In addition, Niantic announces a surprise if you take snapshots. You can get new stickers with Psycho-Pokémon when you spin PokéStops or open gifts.

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