Pokemon Go "insane" New Legendary Monster

Pokemon Go "insane" New Legendary Monster

After a brief error caused an upcoming Pokemon to appear prematurely, some lucky Pokemon Go players are sharing their catch, and fans are stunned by the powerful potential.

After a brief mishap led to the premature appearance of an upcoming Pokémon, fortunate Pokémon Go players are now sharing their catches, leaving fans awestruck by the immense potential.

Pokémon Go consistently prepares to reintroduce Pokémon from the mainline games to its mobile title, yet an unexpected revelation might have been spoiled due to an error from Niantic.

While this month's Pokémon Go Raid challenges have showcased Pokémon from Black & White – Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem – confirmation on the combined forms of these three Pokémon, Black Kyurem and White Kyurem, was previously absent.

However, several Pokémon Go content creators, like FleeceKing, recently posted videos capturing both Black Kyurem and White Kyurem appearing as rewards for specific challenges.

Though swiftly rectified, Niantic expressed regret for the oversight, but not before some players had already captured these formidable creatures.

The new Kyurem fusions might boast "astonishing" CP

While Niantic is likely to make alterations before the official unveiling, some fortunate players who secured Black Kyurem and White Kyurem have been sharing sneak peeks of the fusion Pokémon, and their statistics are staggering.

In a post shared by QShinys, the content creator exclaimed, "UNBELIEVABLE," showcasing an image of White Kyurem capable of reaching an enormous 5110 CP.

Considering potential added perks, such as deploying Mega Pokémon in tandem with yours during raids, the Ultra Buddy CP augmentation, and other strategies, the potential is already daunting.

One person commented beneath the post, "It's a fusion. But I hope they eliminate the downgrade," while another chimed in, "Absolutely, these trainers are genuinely building up the excitement for these Pokémon!"

It remains to be seen how both forms of Kyurem will be officially managed in the game, but the prospect of encountering potent new Dragon-type Pokémon is undoubtedly thrilling, especially with the chance of new Dialga and Palkia variations arriving in Go down the line.