In Pokemon Go, players can battle and capture extraterrestrial creatures known as Ultra Beasts, which were first introduced to the series in Generation VII. Let's talk about each of the Ultra Beasts available in the mobile game and how to catch them. Pokemon Go introduced Ultra Beasts to the mobile game during its Go Fest 2022 event, where several different Ultra Beasts were added as special Research Quests or 5-star Raid Encounters. In the main series, these strange, alien-type Pokémon were introduced in the Alola region for Generation VII and haven't really returned to the main games since. Although they are considered their own class of Pokemon, they are not much different from standard legendary Pokemon from other generations. So, here are all the Ultra Beasts you can get in Pokemon Go, plus some tips on how to catch them. All the Ultra Beasts in Pokemon Go Here are all the Legendaries that have debuted in Pokemon Go so far. How to Catch Ultra Beasts in Pokemon Go Like Legendary Pokemon, Ultra Beasts cannot be found and captured in the wild or by hatching eggs. Ultra Beasts must be defeated in a Raid and then captured during the Bonus Challenge Phase. Once you defeat the Ultra Beast in a raid, you will receive a limited number of Premier Balls to attempt to capture it. During this period, you can use Framby Berries and throw excellent curveballs to increase your chances of success. Like other Legendary Pokémon, Ultra Beasts have a very low catch rate, so trainers should expect them to fail to catch these difficult targets. It is worth noting that when Ultra Beasts first appeared in Pokemon Go during the Go Fest 2022 event, Niantic added Beast Balls to the game, which greatly increased the capture rate of Ultra Beasts. Unfortunately, there's no easy way to get Beast Balls now that the Go Fest 2022 event is over, so most trainers will have to rely on standard Poke Balls. What Ultra Monsters are currently available? Buzzwole, Xurkitree, and Pheromosa were previously available in 5-Star Raids that took place from January 1, 2024 to January 10, 2024. Some Ultra Beasts appeared for players based on their region. Available Ultra Beasts are:
– Buzzwole: The Americas and Greenland
-Shorkitree: Asia-Pacific region
– Veromosa: Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India
What are the missing super monsters? The following legends have not yet appeared in Pokemon Go:
It's unclear when the remaining Ultra Beasts will be added to Pokemon Go, as Guzzlord was most recently added in November 2022. Since then, more than a year has passed without new Ultra Beasts being introduced.
Good luck hunting these super monsters! For more tips and tricks, check out some of our other Pokemon Go guides.
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