The Pokémon Go Anniversary occasion kicks off the July update, with Dialga returning to raids

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As we move into July, Pokémon Go is gearing up for the second month of the Season of Go with extra occasions, legendary Pokémon to catch, and a brand new array of Spotlight Hours. The most notable raid for July is Dialga, seen as probably the greatest Pokémon within the game, which seldom seems in rotation.

Dialga will likely be one of many 4 returning legendary Pokémon you possibly can catch all through July, alongside Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. You can catch Articuno from July 1 to 7, Zapdos from the 7 to 14, Moltres from the 14 to 22, and Dialga from the 22 to 31. Each could have a respective raid hour on that week’s Wednesday from 6 PM to 7 PM in your native time zone.

There will likely be two in-person Pokémon Go Fest 2022 occasions occurring in July, the primary will likely be in Berlin from the 1 to three, and the second will likely be in Seattle from the 22 to 24. Unfortunately, those that will be unable to take part in these occasions or who’re within the native space can’t attend to obtain any bonuses. The Ultra Beasts showing at these occasions will likely be out there on the finish of the Season of Go in August.

On July 6, the Anniversary Event for Pokémon Go will likely be occurring, giving all gamers the possibility to have a good time their time within the game. So far, no in-depth particulars have been shared about this occasion. There can even be a second featured occasion within the month, however we weren’t supplied a reputation for it, which is able to happen from July 27 to August 2.

Finally, Lickitung would be the July Research Breakthrough Pokémon for the month. You can earn this Pokémon for each seven each day Field Research duties you full. The July Spotlight hours will likely be on July 5, 12, 19, and 26, that includes Ledyba, Machop, Staryu, and Meditite.

It seems to be like a light-weight month for Pokémon Go followers, with the Go Fest in-person being the first focus. Hopefully, the smaller occasions preserve those that can’t attend these occasions entertained and anticipating the tip of the Season of Go in August.