The Legendary Beasts of “Pokemon Go” are now on their second rotation. Raikou, Suicune, and Entei are now assigned to their new homes after the 30-day period. The Legendary Beasts were introduced in the game in the late part of August. This was also the time when Legendary Birds Lugia, Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos were scheduled to leave the popular augmented reality title.

The presence of the Legendary Beasts in the game has made the Raid Battles exciting and challenging. Interestingly, Niantic Labs has recently made the activity more exciting by adding extra rewards to players who are able to catch Raikou, Entei, and Suicune.

New rewards

As part of the “Pokemon Go” Equinox Event, Niantic Labs recently announced that players who are able to catch the Legendary Beasts would get additional rewards. According to the game developer, any player who manages to capture Raikou, Entei, and Suicune in the next three days will get triple XP. The extra reward is a limited-time offer and those who would like to avail should better get their team ready.

New assigned regions

On September 30, at around 4 PM Eastern Time Raikou, Suicune, and Entei have already migrated to their new assigned regions. The Legendary Beasts will stay in their newly assigned homes for 30 days. Their final scheduled rotation will be on October 31, 2017.

Entei is confirmed to have already arrived in North and South America.

On the other hand, Raikou can now be captured in Asia and Australia. Suicune is now available in Europe and Africa. Niantic Labs previously announced the region assignment of each of the Legendary Beasts. However, the developer did not reveal their next location.

Players located in Australia, Asia, North America and South America would be delighted with the new Legendary Beasts assigned on their respective regions.

Raikou and Entei are two of the most powerful pocket monsters in the popular augmented reality title. It will take approximately between four and six players in a raid group to defeat this type of creatures.

These three Legendaries will stay in their new locations until the end of October.

Their next and final assignments are predictable since each Legendary creature is assigned to two regions. In November, players located in North and South America can start catching Suicune. Raikou is expected to be available in Europe and Africa. On the other hand, Entei will be assigned in Asia and Australia.

After the three Legendary pocket monsters have completed their respective rotations, they will no longer be available in “Pokemon Go.” The only way to catch these creatures again is when Niantic Labs include them in their major events.