The Ultra Beastsa class of legendary Pokémon —although they don’t exactly have this consideration— that debuted in the seventh generation, have been coming to Pokémon GO throughout the summer closely linked to a series of specific events.
In June was Nihilego’s turn, which is the only one that has been available globally. He did it during the second day of the Pokémon GO Fest of 2022 and was available both through a special investigation for the holders of the pass and for everyone in the legendary raids.
During July we experienced two new debuts. First it was Pheromosa’s turnwhich could be captured at the GO Fest in Berlin, and later Buzzwole’s, which made its appearance in Seattle. They have been exclusive to holders of a pass for these events.
The last to arrive will be Xurkitree. This Electric-type Pokémon will make its first in-game appearance next weekend at the GO Fest in Sapporo, Japan. and can be captured there with special research limited to ticket holders.
The rest of world coaches will have to wait for these last threesince in the Pokémon Presents this Tuesday it has been announced that they will appear during the closing event of the Pokémon GO Fest, which will take place between 10:00 and 18:00 on Saturday, August 27.
How they will make their appearance is, at the moment, a mystery. We do know that the event will have its own ticket —although it is included for those who participated in the June GO Fest— and that some features will be limited, but it will be playable worldwide.
Should they appear in raids, as they presumably will, they should be accessible even to trainers without a ticket.. If so, at Movistar eSports we will give you all the keys to face them.