Pokemon Go has perceived an sparkling new creature: glossy Pikachu is now catchable in a wild! The downside is that a Pokemon is usually accessible in Japan right now, with no word as nonetheless on a worldwide release.
As we can see below, a glossy chronicle of Pikachu is flattering identical to customary Pikachu, solely maybe with a small some-more feign tan–he’s looking flattering orange. The quadruped is poignant for being usually a third glossy beast accessible in Pokemon Go, after glossy Magikarp and glossy Gyarados. Shiny Pikachu do, of course, evolve into glossy Raichu.
Although a special rodent is not now accessible outward of Japan, there is wish for those of us in a rest of a world. Developer Niantic recently began unlocking Pokemon Go’s region-specific creatures in Europe, yet usually for a singular time. Another Legendary Pokemon is accessible now, meanwhile, though you’ll have to be quick–Zapdos is usually accessible in Raid Battles until Aug 14.
The electric mouse’s glossy edition–which follows prior ones that had a Santa hat or an Ash Ketchum hat–comes as partial of The Pokemon Company’s Pikachu Outbreak eventuality in Japan. Not all of Pokemon Go’s events have left so well, however. Some in Europe were recently postponed after a Chicago fan fest ran into a garland of problems progressing in July.
In other Pokemon Go news, a new refurbish is out now, bringing with it a series of bug fixes and re-introducing Team Instinct’s leader, Spark. Check out a full Pokemon Go patch notes here.