Trainers! The worldwide The Top Pokémon to Catch at the 2022 Global GO Fest is officially here! People from all around the globe will be able to experience the Go Fest spectacle, which will include global gaming.
This year’s Go Fest promises to be more exciting than ever before, with (most) people being free to go out without restrictions, unlike the previous two Go Fest events. But, like each other Go Fest, 2022 is jam-packed with incredible spawns and raid monsters, including those revealed exclusively in Niantic’s official Go Fest 2022 article. We have a comprehensive planning guide to assist you in getting organized, but there is one more item to consider:
Which Pokémon are the most difficult to catch?
It’s a simple question, but it’s a crucial one!
But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!
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I’ll go through the most valuable Pokémon from each habitat and raid, explain why you should concentrate on them, and, just like last year, assist you in creating the best “must get ’em all” propaganda for Go Fest 2022!
Let’s get started!
Note: I’m just going through the Pokémon that we know will be present at Go Fest 2022.
ON THIS PAGE:The Top Pokémon to Catch at the 2022 Global GO Fest
City[ps2id id=’City’ target=”/]
Explore the city’s nooks and crannies for these Pokémon:
Magnemite[ps2id id=’Magnemite’ target=”/]
Magnemite is a rather frequent spawn, yet it is still a very nice mon to capture in any case. Magnezone has the most resistances of any Pokémon, at a whopping twelve. Magnezone is also a dark horse in the Master League, posing a danger to powerful mons like as Lugia, Togekiss, Kyogre, Dragonite, and Yveltal. Additionally, a Magnezone Community Day may be held in the near future.
Overall, although it isn’t the most significant Pokémon by any means, there is a window for greater things, so stocking up on Magnemite sweets and candy XL is a good idea.
Alolan Grimer[ps2id id=’Alolan Grimer’ target=”/]
In the GL and UL meta, this iridescent beast is a terrifying force. It’s big, has a solid moveset, and can move its weight about even in bad situations. It’s a potent addition to anyone’s GL or UL line-up since it can threaten Cresselia, Trevenant, Togekiss, and others. In terms of UL, Alolan Muk does not need XL sweets to get 2500 CP. So simply seek for a GL/UL IV Alolan Grimer that fits the bill.
Galarian Weezing[ps2id id=’Galarian Weezing’ target=”/]
Only for ticket holders
Ticket holders will be able to get the Galarian Weezing, which is otherwise only available in the wild.
Plains[ps2id id=’Plains’ target=”/]
There are never boring times on the Plains! Take a look at these interesting spawning that are everything but “plain”:
Larvitar[ps2id id=’Larvitar’ target=”/]
We have Pokémon from all generations in the game, including the pseudo-legendary Tyranitar from Generation 2. Tyranitar’s TDO and future super evolutions make it a monster you can’t forget, even after it lost its splendour from both the Rock and Dark type. Larvitar, like the Gojira of the Pokémon world, will always have its chance to shine, and as a result, it cannot be overlooked.
Drilbur[ps2id id=’Drilbur’ target=”/]
Excadrill made an early impression in the PvE scene with his Mud-Slap + Drill Run combo, outperforming even the legendary Groudon in terms of DPS. While it was playable in PvP, it lacked the speed to recover Drill Run, Rock Slide, or Iron Head. Excadrill eventually got access to Mud Shot in Go with the release of Gen 8, and the rest is history. Exacdrill with Mud Shot + Drill Run & Rock Slide is a powerful Master League Pokémon that poses a threat to Togekiss, Dialga, Metagross, Yveltal, Mewtwo, Dragonite, Gyarados, and more. You WANT and NEED an Excadrill for your ML adventures, thanks to the superb Ground and Steel type mix, a mouth-watering movepool, and outstanding ATK.
Axew[ps2id id=’Axew’ target=”/]
There are a plethora of reasons to see Axew at Go Fest 2022. To begin with, this is one of the most uncommon mons in the game. Second, it develops into the elusive Haxorus, which is not only strong in ML but also has an astronomical ATK stat of 284 (equivalent to Rayquaza’s). With a decent moveset from its Community Day, Haxorus may be one of the meta’s deadliest Pokémon. But what about the cherry on top? Shiny Axew makes his debut at Go Fest 2022! And, in case you hadn’t noticed, gleaming Haxorus is both fierce and beautiful!
Torkoal[ps2id id=’Torkoal’ target=”/]
For ticket holders only
While Torkoal isn’t very valuable in any meta, it is a great chance for ticket holders to see this regional. After seeing Ash’s Torkoal in the anime, who doesn’t like him?
Rainforest[ps2id id=’Rainforest’ target=”/]
With these amazing spawning, the lush and misty greens of the Rainforest greet you:
Mudkip[ps2id id=’Mudkip’ target=”/]
Whether we go to the festival or not, we all like Mudkipz, don’t we? In Pokémon Go, Swampert is a Swiss Army Knife. This Water/Ground starter is playable in all three PvP leagues and is very lethal in all of them. It’s a great Pokémon to employ against Fire and Rock raid bosses in particular, even in PvE. As if all of this wasn’t enough, Mega Swampert is on the horizon. That beast is Swampert on steroids, and you’ll want to get your hands on as many Mudkip XL candies as possible.
Karrablast[ps2id id=’Karrablast’ target=”/]
Karrablast develops into the fearsome Escavalier, a highly excellent Ultra League Pokémon. Escavalier, with the dependable Counter, the strong Drill Run, and the terrifying Megahorn, may send a lot of Pokémon packing in the UL meta.
Skrelp[ps2id id=’Skrelp’ target=”/]
The adorable Skrelp seems to have sprung directly from the world of Courage the Cowardly Dog. Oh, the happy memories! It transforms into the ominous Dragalge, a Poison/Dragon mon. Dragalge is a spicy option in the UL meta that can shock many an opponent because to the strength of STAB Dragon Tail and the absence of a Fairy type vulnerability (s). Dragalge need XL candies to get close to 2500 CP in UL, and Skrelp spawns would be a great place to find them.
Tropius[ps2id id=’Tropius’ target=”/]
For ticket holders only
Tropius is an absolute beast in the Great League, providing STAB super-effective damage against not just fellow Grass types but even Fighting types like Medicham. In the GL meta, it’s exceedingly tanky and almost a must-have. Its regional status has previously prevented trainers from having a decent one in their arsenal, but Go Fest 2022 ticket holders will be able to do so!
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Tundra[ps2id id=’Tundra’ target=”/]
With these fantastic spawns, you may go Fest and chill in the Tundra Habitat:
Swinub[ps2id id=’Swinub’ target=”/]
Mamoswine is still one of the top Ice type Pokémon in both PvE and PvP, and its dual typing allows it to cover a large portion of the meta. The greatest aspect is that it doesn’t need an Elite Charged TM to perform at its peak. Once again, this is an excellent time to stock up on the valuable candy XL.
Spheal[ps2id id=’Spheal’ target=”/]
If you travel back in time a year, Spheal has never seen a Pokémon that you would consider serious. However, in the start of 2022, the Spheal Community Day occurred, and Walrein gained access to two new unique moves: Powder Snow and Icicle Spear. This drastically alters Walrein’s fortunes, even putting him on the Master League’s red alert list! As a result, Spheal is well worth catching.
Bergmite[ps2id id=’Bergmite’ target=”/]
When there were just a few meta-relevant Ice kinds, remember? Bergmite’s evolution, Avalugg, is another formidable Ice type Pokémon in the Master League, so that’s all behind them now. Keep an eye out for a hundred Bergmite since it’s a 100% rewarding capture!
Popplio[ps2id id=’Popplio’ target=”/]
Popplio, the game’s newest Water starter, is a reward! This opera singer mermaid evolves into the strong Water/Fairy Primarina, which is great for the ML meta. STAB Charm, a Steel-resistant Fairy, and future access to Hydro Cannon, a high-IV weapon Popplio is an absolute must-have.
Galarian Darumaka[ps2id id=’Galarian Darumaka’ target=”/]
Galarian Darmanitan is a top-class Ice Pokémon with a lot of DPS. That in and of itself is a compelling cause to capture a Galarian Darumaka ( which can also be shiny). The fact that Galarian Darumaka (Zen Mode), which may develop from Galarina Darumaka, is an Ice/Fire monster with an ATK stat of 3232 (even higher than Mewtwo! ), is the cherry on top (pun intended). With that potential in mind, Galarian Darumaka is a fantastic Pokémon to pursue in general.
Galarian Mr. Mime[ps2id id=’Galarian Mr. Mime’ target=”/]
For ticket holders only
Ticket holders may capture the Galarian Mr.Mime, who is otherwise only found in the wild.
Unown (for ticket holders)[ps2id id=’Unown (for ticket holders)’ target=”/]
This year’s Go Fest, like any other, includes Unown, especially Unown G, Unown O, Unown U, and Unown B. Unown B, the gleaming newcomer, makes its entrance! Trainers who are lucky enough to capture the shiny forms of any or all of the highlighted Unown in the event will be rewarded.
Unown will spawn in all types of environments.
Raids ⚔️[ps2id id=’Raids ‘ target=”/]
Day 1 (Saturday)[ps2id id=’Day 1 (Saturday)’ target=”/]
Kyogre[ps2id id=’Kyogre’ target=”/]
Kyogre is the game’s most powerful Water type Pokémon. Period.
Kuyogre is a fixture in the Master League and the most important addition to the PvE meta, with perfect stats and strong moves. This heavyweight is one of the most sought-after Pokémon in the game, because to the presence of Primal Kyigre. Not to add, the Primal shinies are a sight to see!
There are so many motivations to capture Kyogre: chasing the shiny, chasing a shundo, collecting XL candies for ML and the ultimate Primal form…
Groudon[ps2id id=’Groudon’ target=”/]
Groudon is a threat in both the Master League and PvE for similar reasons as Kyogre. In the same vein, Groudon has its own Ptiaml form, which is expected to be a monster despite Mega Garchomp’s competition.
Shiny, shundo, XL sweet once again… There are several reasons to seek for the best Groudon.
Brionne[ps2id id=’Brionne’ target=”/]
Popplio has already addressed this.
Axew[ps2id id=’Axew’ target=”/]
Already taken care of.
Day 2 (Sunday)[ps2id id=’Day 2 (Sunday)’ target=”/]
Snorlax[ps2id id=’Snorlax’ target=”/]
In the Master League and Ultra League meta, Snorlax is a very adaptable Pokémon. Body Slam is required for it to work, and it may be used in conjunction with any secondary charged move from Superpower, Earthquake, or Outrage.
Salamence[ps2id id=’Salamence’ target=”/]
Salamence isn’t very valuable on its own, since it doesn’t have its special move Outrage in the Go Fest event. However, Salamence raids are fantastic for gathering XL sweets in order to max out the uber-powerful Shadow Salamence, which currently has the most Dragon DPS in the game. So capture a hundo worthy of the Elite Charged TM and watch it demolish everything!
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New Shiny Pokémon ✨[ps2id id=’New Shiny Pokémon ‘ target=”/]
If you’re fortunate, you’ll be able to catch Shiny Shroomish, Shiny Numel, Shiny Karrablast, Shiny Axew, and Shiny Shelmet for the first time in Pokémon GO!
And with that, here’s the whole list of new Shiny Pokémon and their evolutions set to debut at Pokémon GO Fest 2022:
Conclusion[ps2id id=’Conclusion’ target=”/]
Go Fest 2022 is shaping up to be a fantastic event! After all, at the end of the day, every Go Fest is a great adventure. What more surprises might we expect at this year’s Go Fest? In these two days of Go Fest and the finale in August, we’ll find out and hopefully have the time of our lives.
Stay careful, bring sunscreen and drink, and remember that the epidemic is still ongoing. I wish everyone a fantastic Go Fest 2022!
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