Gen 4 Now Officially Available in Pokémon Go – Sinnoh Region Pokemon Added

Pokémon Go

After last week’s teaser trailer by Niantic Games, Gen 4 is now officially available in Pokémon Go for all players to go out there and catch the all new Sinnoh region Pokémon now awakening around the globe.

Currently, only a handful of generation 4 Pokémon have been released for the game. However, the list is not stopping here. Niantic will continue to add more Pokémon to the game in the coming days with raids, game updates, eggs and other features.

At this point the most common Gen 4 Pokémon found in the world by players are Turtwig, a grass-type Pokémon, Piplup, a water-type Pokémon and Chimchar, a fire-type Pokémon. With the release of Gen 4 for the Pokémon Go, the Pokémon roster has increased once again. However, this is still not the complete list of Pokémon as three generations of Pokémon still await to be added to the game.

Currently it is not known whether Niantic plans on adding the last three generations of Pokémon in the game but the Gen 4 is finally in the game and players can start hunting down the new Pokémon found in the world.

You can check out the official trailer released by Niantic to celebrate the launch of Gen 4 in Pokémon Go below.

The trailer shows many other Gen 4 Pokémon as well such as the mighty Garchomp and Mamoswine, Apart from these, many other great Pokemon will also be joining the game such as Empoleon, Staraptor, Gliscor and Hippowdon. These are fan favourites from Gen 4 and people will love to finally have them in the game where they can now actually capture them.

Players can update their Pokémon Go to the latest version on iOS and Android devices and start capturing the Sinnoh region Pokémon right now free of cost.

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