Kyogre is Finally Available in Pokemon Go

Kyogre is Finally Available in Pokemon Go

The water-type legendary is now available in Raid battles.

One of my personal favorite legendary Pokémon, Kyogre, is finally available to catch in Pokémon Go Raid battles worldwide. Kyogre will be available starting today, January 12 through February 14 at 1 PM PT/4 PM ET.

Kyogre first made its appearance back in 2013 for Pokémon Sapphire on the Game Boy Advance. Alongside Groudon from Pokémon Ruby, Kyogre is one of two legendary Pokémon for the Hoenn region.

Groudon was already previously available in Pokémon Go back in December, so Kyogre's appearance in Niantic's mobile AR game was only a matter of time.

Kyogre will be available in standard Raid battles, so as long as you're Raid-ready in Pokémon Go, you'll be able to try your luck with capturing the latest legendary to arrive on Pokémon Go.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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