Pokémon Go，a free-to-play and location-based augmented reality game which allows people to catch Pokémon in the real world，is popular in many countries around the world. The recent release of Pokémon Go Gen 2 has drawn a lot of fans crazy. Now let’s learn some tips and tricks on Pokémon Go Generation 2.
New Pokémon, Moves and Evolutions
Pokémon catchers may be surprised to find that there are 100 new Pokémon and 88 new moves which will definitely add a lot of fun.
New Pokémon includes Chikorita (Grass), Cyndaquil (Fire), Feraligatr (Water) and so forth. As to new evolutions, take Eevee, one of the most popular Pokémon, which can evolve into a Fire Type Flareon, Water Type Vaporeon and Electric Type Jolteon for example, will have two more evolutions—-Espeon and Umbreon in Gen 2.
Best Pokémon to Catch
Tyranitar is a Rock/Dark-type Pokémon that packs a Dragonite-style punch. With a CP of more than 3700, it is superior to many other Pokémon in attack. It is of a three-stage evolution: Larvitar, Pupitar, and Tyranitar.
Dragonite is a Dragon/Flying type Pokémon introduced in Generation 1 which is known as the Dragon Pokémon. It will be as powerful as before in Generation 2. Besides, it also involves three stages of evolutions: Dratini, Dragonair and Dragonite.
Donphan is a ground type Pokémon. It has both great attack and defense stats which make it a nice bulky attacker as well as decent physical tank. As to evolution, it grows to Donphan from Phanby once it reaches level 25.
Ursaring is of normal type, shaped like a bear and walks through its forest gathering food every day. It evolves from Teddiursa at level 30, and owns fast speed.
Hitmontop is a fighting type Pokémon with great attack and defense ability. It has to go through four stages of evolution: Tyrogue, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee and Hitmontop.
Where to Catch Your Pokémon
Now it’s time to consider where to catch your Pokémon. Sometimes this can be a little hard, especially when you want to capture a rare Pokémon like Tyranitar, Snorlax, Chancey, Togetic, Muk, and so on.
If you are interested in water Pokémon, go to place near a pool or river, and if you’d like to capture an electric one, just have a try in electric biomes. Though theoretically any Pokémon can now spawn anywhere, they are most likely to be found in places relative to their nature.
Since Pokémon Go Gen 2 is so unique and appealing, you must be itching for a try! Well, bear the tips and tricks above in mind, go outside and capture your Pokémon now.