Pokémon Go in September – a lot happens here!

  • Legendary raid bosses return
  • New spotlight hours
  • A special research with Victini

There’s a lot going on in Pokémon Go in September and Niantic now gives you an overview of what to expect.

The mega developments will come this week, from September 1st at 10 p.m. to 10 p.m. Alola-Raichu awaits you as a reward for a breakthrough in field research. With a little luck you will find a dazzling specimen.

Various legendary raid bosses also return on the weekends in September.

The current version is Heatran until September 10th, followed by Cresselia (September 10th to 18th), Arktos (September 18th to 25th) and Zapdos (September 25th to October 2nd). Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. there is a raid hour with the respective Pokémon.

In the spotlight hours (every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.) you get Eevee (September 1), Hunduster (September 8), Tentacha (September 15), Habitak (September 22) and Eneco (September 29). September).

A fight evening will take place on Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 6 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. Here you get twice as much stardust when you win battles, for completed battle sets and for advancing your rank in the league. You can also complete up to 20 instead of five combat sets.

The new special research “A mysterious energy” can be expected towards the end of September. You can use it to catch the mysterious Pokémon Victini if ​​you haven’t attended the Go Fest 2020. Go-Fest participants will receive more Victini sweets in the course of this.

And finally, Jesse and James will no longer appear in Pokémon Go for the time being from September 30th. So keep an eye out for the Meowth balloon until then.

There is a lot going on in September.