The new "Pokémon GO" update has been making waves lately. In addition to the renewed gyms, there are some new Raids, which are small events that bring several trainers to face a strong Pokémon together. According to Pokémon Center -- a "Pokemon GO" portal -- when a gym is defeated, a pink, yellow, or blue egg will appear. It is worth mentioning that this action will happen on level 5 of a raid, and legendary Pokémon will come out from the blue eggs. Niantic has not confirmed this information yet, but it is speculated that the blue dark eggs will be saved for the Legendary Pokémon, which have not been added to the game yet.

Next, we share with you, new interesting details revealed about the legendaries and a possible Release Date.

Let's see the details below:

Which Legendary Pokémon will be coming out from these colored eggs?

It is speculated that only the most powerful Legendary Pokémon will come out from the colored eggs already mentioned. It is expected that Mew is not on the list, because it is considered a simple Pokémon. It should be noted that only trainers who are at level 31 or higher can access these raids. Below, we show you a list that includes the Legendary Pokémon that will be appearing in the game:

  • Articuno
  • Zapdos
  • Moltres
  • Mewtwo
  • Raikou
  • Entei
  • Suicune
  • Lugia
  • Ho-oh

When a Pokémon is defeated, trainers will be able to participate in a bonus event that will give them the ability to capture a rare Pokémon.

So, if you find a blue egg in the game, you can be sure that you have the most desired Pokémon in the Augmented Reality game.

What will Pokémon Go players need to start a Legendary Raid?

To start a Legendary raid, players will need a Legendary ticket. It worth mentioning that these tickets are earned after taking part in hundreds of Raid Battles.

It is not known yet how many tickets will be available in the game.

Additional information

An interesting fact to take into account is the time that a Pokémon must stay in a gym before receiving any bonuses. The bonuses that "Pokémon Go" players used to receive every 21 hours will no longer be based on the number of gyms that they are holding at that moment.

In the latest hours, rumors continue to run wild that "Legendary Pokémon" will be released in July. There is nothing confirmed by Niantic yet, but this is one of the most talked themes in the social networks.

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