Pokémon Go is adding a new Galarian Pokémon during its Halloween event

Do you love to play Pokémon Go? If yes, then it’s good news for you because the Halloween event kicks off on the 15th of Oct and it will announce at least one new Pokémon to this amazing game. The official Pokemon GO Twitter account recently teased that Galarian Slowking will make its debut in this Halloween celebration. The Pokemon Go players are now very much excited about the Halloween event celebration lets see what new things this game will introduce that day.

 The Official tweet on Galarian Slowking  

The official tweet was like-

“We’ve heard reports of mysterious chanting deep in the wild… What’s going on?” the tweet reads, followed by the hashtag #PokemonGoHalloween and a shape of Galarian Slowking.


Galarian Slowking is a fresh regional form of Slowking announced in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Crown Tundra DLC. This is a typical poison/psychic variant pokemon that can cast hexes, creating it a fitting monster to announce during this year’s Halloween event.

Slowking is one of two alternative growths of Galarian Slowking, which is now available in Pokemon Go. It’s uncertain how the growth will be activated in the mobile game, but more details will be public earlier to the event.

In the interim, there is a lot of things happening in Pokémon Go. The game’s Secrets of the Jungle crossover event is underway until 10th October. Players who are part of that event can get a new distinctive research story that leads to an encounter with the new mythical Pokémon Zarude.

Moreover, Pokémon Go’s October Community Day takes place on 9th Oct Saturday, the featured Pokémon of this month is the ghost type Duskull Pokémon, and players will be able to receive triple the normal amount of Stardust for grasping Pokémon during the event. You can catch up on everything else happening in the game this month in our Pokémon Go October 2021: Zarude, raids, Halloween event, and more roundup.

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