Despite the recent advent of Legendary Pokemon Entei, Raikou and Suicune in "Pokemon Go," the game's biggest price as far as some Trainers are concerned is yet to arrive.

The game developer, Niantic Labs will not stick to a traditional plan for the Psychic-type Mewtwo, which is deemed to be the strongest Pokemon in the company's hit AR (augmented reality) mobile game.

On the downside, the coveted creature is available specifically to the elite Trainers who headed to the Pikachu Outbreak in Yokohama, Japan.

Mewtwo's impending arrival

Meanwhile, other Trainers will have to take a shot at what Niantic Labs is calling EX Raids (F.K.A.

Exclusive Raids). The company divulged more details about how it plans to roll these out, and it looks like players who have restlessly been waiting to get their hands on a Mewtwo are in for a big ordeal.

According to a recent blog post on the "Pokemon Go" official website, Niantic Labs plans to start an EX Raid Battle while the Legendary Beasts travel around the world.

The EX Raid Battle will be released in its field-testing phase in selected Gyms before the feature is ready for use worldwide. The "Pokemon Go" team acquired some early feedback about the upcoming EX Raid Battle feature and will continue testing and refining the feature using this valuable feedback from the zealous global Trainer community.

What to expect?

During the field test, the "Pokemon Go" team will continue making intermittent adjustments to EX Raid Battles eligibility requirements, locations, times, frequency, and duration in order to make the feature more appealing, rewarding and above all, fun for Trainers who take part in Raid Battles on a regular basis.

Discuss this news on Eunomia

While there's a lot to uncrate here, let's start at the beginning. First off, EX Raids are expected to receive a slow roll out with minor adjustments during the same timeframe. It is also highly likely that the requirements and rewards are going to be considerably different from regular Raids, including Legendary Raids.

Forbes contributor Dave Thier believes Niantic might be planning to add some kind of raiding requirement before a player can unlock an EX Raid.

According to Thier, this could allude either to completing a Raid at a specific Gym or finishing a fixed number of Raids to be able to grab an EX Pass. Both could be back breaking.

This could prove particularly troublesome for rural players who usually do not have access to more than one Poke Gym. On top of that, it doesn't seem to account for Trainers who play only on weekends or people with a marginally less hardcore schedule. Busier players will be less likely to have a real shot at catching Mewtwo.

It is imperative for Raids to be accessible enough to ensure they are evenly scattered and also to make sure that players with access can actually complete them. It will be a real bummer to show up at a Mewtwo Raid carrying an EX Pass but not be able to complete it because other people do not have the pass.