The Season 7 event, Pokémon Go’s Season of Legends, is about to end. With the advent of Season 8, there will be a complete revamp of a bunch of mechanics. Players will get new PvP and PvE events, offering many more monsters to catch. Here’s when Pokémon Go’s Season of Legends is going to end, and what to expect. With Niantic trying to make the game more engaging with Beyond Seasons, things got a lot more interesting. And Season 8 will be continuing with that.
With the advent of PvP battle leagues in 2020, the game underwent a transformation. Niantic put a lot more focus on the in-game events that would be a major focal point. We will see many different events, with the next major convention scheduled to be a digital event on July 17. Players expect a new theme to center around the introduction of an expanded monster roster. Each season before mirrored this idea, and it’s pretty likely that this will continue.
The exact end date for the Season of Legends will be on June 1. We will know more about the upcoming events in the weeks following that launch. There is tons of different speculation going around, with players expecting the debut of Pokémon Go Fest 2021 to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the game. The Team Rocket Go events will continue, offering some good PvE stuff to do.
Xerneas and Yveltal are the current crop of legendaries that the game focuses on. And it’s a pretty good bet that this will change in June. Therian forms of Thundurus, Landorus, and Thundurus were also very important. these Legendary Pokémon offered challenging Raids, and fans are going to get more of that.