Solgaleo and Lunala debut in Pokémon GO in the Astral Eclipse event

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The Legendary Pokémon from Sun and Moon, Solgaleo and Lunala, make their Pokémon GO debut in the Astral Eclipse event. We explain how you can get hold of them.

In a week where millions of Pokémon Trainers are exploring Paldea with the new editions just released on Nintendo Switch, Pokemon Scarlet and Purplethe Niantic mobile game, Pokémon GOlaunches an event in which two very special Pokémon debut: Solgaleo Y Lunala.

The two legendaries of Alola, the Pokémon Sun and Moon region, are going to debut in Pokémon GO in Astral Eclipse, one of the Pokémon GO events in November.

This event will last between Wednesday, November 23 and Monday, November 28and it will be possible to get hold of these cosmic Pokémon… but it will take work.


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How to get Solgaleo and Lunala in Pokémon GO

In order to get Solgaleo and Lunala, you will need to evolve a cosmoem. If you evolve it during the day, you will get a Solgaleo. If you evolve it at night, you will get Lunala.

To do this you will have to have previously evolved into a Cosmog, and have saved 100 Cosmog candies.

If it doesn’t, you can at least benefit from other event bonuses, such as wild encounters with Pokémon from the Alola region more frequently: Alola Rattata, Alola Sandshrew, Alola Vulpix, Staryu, Hoothoot, Lunatone, Solrock, Yungoos …

Also, in the store objects for the avatar You will find objects to customize the character, such as Lunala’s wings and pants, or Solgaleo’s mask and shoes, as explained in the pokemon go blog.

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It’s still curious that the legendary Pokémon from Pokémon Sun and Moon have now arrived in Pokémon GO: both games, the mobile game and the 3DS game, came out in 2016. When do you think we’ll start seeing Pokémon from Paldea? One of them is already out!

Meanwhile, Pokémon Scarlet and Purple is taking the Nintendo Switch by storm: players are divided by its very poor technical section… which overshadows the most fun Pokémon game in many years, and on top of that set in Spain!

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