New updates and significant changes continue to arrive on the “Pokémon Go” app. According to new information revealed by Niantic’s developers moments ago, the company is introducing new Legendary Pokémon to the reality augmented game in a new update. As reported by Niantic’s developers, Raikou, Entei, and Suicune are three of the new legendary creatures coming to the game along with a Battle Field Trial on EX Incursions. According to new details revealed about these new changes, these new Legendary creatures will start to appear right after the legendary birds from the Kanto Region disappear.

Next, we will share with you all new details revealed about the arrival of the new Legendary Pokémon to the app, and the new changes that are coming in the next “Pokémon GO” update, which promises several new surprises.

The new legendary creatures coming to the game

According to a new announcement by Niantic’s developers, Raikou, Entei, and Suicune will start to appear from the day the update comes out until September 30. These new legendary creatures will move across different places and will be available for “Pokémon Go” users to battle them in groups. According to the information revealed, it is very likely that these creatures will make their final stop when they reach all their target locations for the end of October.

It is worth mentioning that the appearance of the legendaries Raikou, Entei, and Suicune could be limited, so “Pokémon Go” players and trainers should make sure to fight these creatures as they start to appear.

Additional information:

The release of Entei, Raikou, and Suicune could annoy several "Pokémon Go" players worldwide.

Most of the users are completely over legendaries right now. The company held onto them for just over a year, and now it is an absolute assault of Legendary Pokémon to keep them around any longer. It's like eating healthy for months then all of a sudden it's nothing but pizza, chips and ice cream. You take something awesome and end up hating it.

Too much of a good thing. Players thought the plan for one week for each bird was perfect.

After the one bird per week, Niantic could have allowed them to continue to appear as raid bosses but with a ridiculously low spawn rate. Then next summer repeat the process with Gen 2 legendaries, etc. "The birds only started out as each getting one week. It should have stayed like that; they are supposed to be rare and hard to get." said some users.

This is all the information known so far. Keep enjoying the game, and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.