'Pokemon GO' Extraordinary Raid Week Details, 4 New Updates, & June Event Revealed

Pokemon Go February Community Day
Pokemon Go February Community Day started on Saturday. (Photo: Pokemon Go / Officiail Twitter Account )

This is going to be a fantastic week and month for players of "Pokemon GO" given the quantity of information released recently. For this week, players will meet the new Shiny Pokemon Bronzor because of the Extraordinary Raid Week. Through raid battles, new rates of Shinies are going to surface. Additionally, there will be all five Pokémon Raid Boss Tiers. 

June Community Day Details

Following the Community Day, Niantic also released several details of the event happing in "Pokemon GO" in June. On June 8, the June Community Day will start and during the week, the game will feature one of the fan-favorite Pokemon, Slakoth. All through the event, this adorable sloth pocket monster will surface in the wild more frequently than it usually does.

Additionally, "Pokemon GO" players will get the rare chance to meet a Shiny Slakoth. Any evolved Slaking an hour after the Community Day ends will acquire a move that is exclusive to the event. The game developer also revealed that during the June Community Day Charged TMs and Fast TMs will not give exclusive moves. The will be a 3-hour lures and will allow players to hatch eggs in a quarter of the distance that it usually requires. The June Community Day will be between 3PM and 6PM Pacific Time on June 8.

Extraordinary Raid Week

"Pokemon GO" players are currently in the middle of the Extraordinary Raid Week. This week, players will be able to experience five tiers of extra special raids. These tiers include Bronzoe, Machop, Shinx, and Slakoth in Tier 1. Tier 2 includes Bibarel, Misdreavus, Clamperl, Kirlia, Feebas, and Mawile.

Tier 3 of "Pokemon GO" includes Floatzel, Alolan Raichu, Aerodactyl, Chansey, and Scyther. Tier 4 includes Metagross, Alolan Marowak, Absol, Tyranitar, and Dragonite. And, Tier 5 includes Azelf, Mesprite, and Uxie. The fifth tier includes the Lake Guardian Trio Azelf, Uxie, and Mesprite which are regional Pokemons. This means that they not going to surface everywhere in the "Pokemon GO" world.

Another exciting happening in "Pokemon GO" this week is the ice and grass Eevee evolutions. To evolve Eevee into a Leafeon, the player needs a Mossy Lure. In order to evolve Eevee into Glaceon, a Glacial Lure is a must. There is also a new move in the game called Earth Power. Pocket monsters like Nidoking, Aerodactyl, and Nidoqueen can now learn the Earth Power move. The new move is a solid charged Ground-type attack that could lower the defense of the opponent during Trainer Battles.

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