Pokémon Go’s new season starts in the past, very much like Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokémon Gos new season starts in the past very much like Pokémon Legends Arceus

Pokémon Go’s next season of gameplay, known as the Season of Heritage, launches Dec. 1, and developer Niantic is prodding an investigation of the Pokémon franchise’s past — similar to the next main game in the franchise, Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Niantic reported the first subtleties on Pokémon Go’s Season of Heritage on Tuesday, laying out the following three months of events for the mobile game.

Missing from Niantic’s declaration is any kind of express connection to Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which is coming to Nintendo Switch in January. Be that as it may, Pokémon Go’s resident professor, Willow, is said to have tracked down an old relic: a door with three baffling locks. With 90 days in the season and three Team Leaders offering monthly timed research, one may securely expect that it’ll take some time before we know the solution to what’s behind that door.

Only one new Pokémon is inside and out affirmed to make a big appearance in Pokémon Go this season: Druddigon will at long last appear on Dec. 7, as a feature of the game’s Dragonspiral Descent special event. A connection with Pokémon Legends: Arceus could present all the more new Pokémon and Hisuian evolutions from that Switch game, including Wyrdeer, Basculegion, and Hisuian Growlithe, and perhaps Kleavor and Hisuian Zorua.

Additionally on the horizon for Pokémon Go are a pair of vague Community Days for Season of Heritage in January and February, and the Pokémon Go Tour: Johto event, which finishes off the new season Feb. 26-27, 2022. (Niantic held a Pokémon Go Tour: Kanto event recently, a paid event that focused on the first generation of Pokémon.)

Missing from the new season is a new generation of Pokémon. In contrast to the beyond two years, when Niantic added Unova-region Pokémon in 2019 and Kalos-locale Pokémon in 2020, it doesn’t seem like we’ll get the Alola Pokédex in Pokémon Go this year. That is to be expected, considering that just with regards to half of the Kalos Pokédex is accessible in Pokémon Go so far. And no, they didn’t declare Kecleon either.