The seasons change every few months, becoming spring, summer, autumn, or winter. Seasons were introduced to Pokémon GO in December 2020, inspired by these modifications. Each Season in the mobile game lasts three months and includes special events, more Pokémon arriving in the wild (in particular locations and hemispheres), a replenished Egg pool, and other features. Each Season in Pokémon GO is titled by an idea/theme rather than the spring, summer, autumn, or winter seasons.
A new Season has started for September 2022, and it is known as the Season of Light.
The Season of GO has finished, and Niantic has quickly switched everything in Pokemon GO to the Season of Light. This will be the seventh season of the mobile Pokemon game. Professor Willow returns to the tale following his absence during the extended Season of GO.
The Season of Light is Pokémon Go’s eighth game-wide season, and it is based after the legendary Pokémon Cosmog.
You may discover more about Cosmog by completing the unique study mission A Cosmic Companion – the Season of Light, which will be available throughout the Pokémon Go season. Legendary Pokémon like as Yveltal and Deoxys will also return in five-star raids.
The Season of Light, like every other season, sees modifications to the egg charts, seasonal spawns, and which Pokémon appear in each hemisphere.
Throughout Season of Light, a Special Research narrative will be accessible. Different parts of the season will become available as the season proceeds, which began on September 1, 2022 at 10:00 AM local time.
Before the Season of Light finishes on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 9:59 PM local time, Pokemon GO users will be able to collect any of its goodies and complete the many Research assignments.
In comes Cosmog.
Cosmog, a Nebula Pokemon, will make its Pokemon GO debut during the Season of Light. According to the Season of Light official news article, players will be able to connect with the Legendary.
This most certainly signifies the entrance of Cosmoem and its succeeding phases, Solgaleo and Lunala. The Alolan Legendaries originally debuted in Sun and Moon, the primary series games.
Sky with nebulae
This is a minor change that will be made to Pokemon GO during the Season of Light. Throughout the season, a Nebula sky will be in place for the typical night environment.
There are now a few confirmed Pokemon appearances during Season of Light. Medicham will be accessible in Raids from September 1-13 in different versions, as well as in Research Breakthrough encounters with Deoxys.
Furthermore, several Pokemon will emerge in various places across the globe, with many of them appearing in their shiny forms:
- Jigglypuff, Machop, Magnemite, Muk, Voltorb, Umbreon, and Litwick are the cities.
- Mareep, Sunkern, Yanma, Espeon, Pineco, Burmy (Plant), and Hisuian Voltorb forests
- Sandslash, Clefairy, Diglett, Snorlax, Sneasel, Stantler, and Deino live in the mountains.
- Seel, Staryu, Mantine, Pelipper, Carvanha, Wailmer, and Feebas on the beach and in the water
- Scyther, Dratini, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Teddiursa, and Shroomish grow in the Northern Hemisphere.
- Paras, Chansey, Skitty, Bagon, Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott from the Southern Hemisphere
Niantic made a point of informing players that there would be more Pokemon in these areas as the Season of Light progresses, in order to keep certain surprises a secret for the time being.
Pokemon that hatch from eggs
With Pokemon GO: Season of Light comes a new Egg pool. The associated Pokemon will hatch from the following Eggs:
- Pichu, Cleffa, Munna, Fomantis, and Wimpod are 2km eggs.
- Tyrogue, Elekid, Magby, and Miltank are 5km eggs.
- Cranidos, Shieldon, Happiny, Munchlax, Karrablst, and Shelmet are the 5km Adventure Sync Eggs.
- Tirtouga, Archen, Noibat, Rockruff, and Jangmo-o10km Adventure Eggs Dratini, Bagon, Beldum, Gible, Riolu, and Goomy are the sync eggs.
Players may deposit Eggs in an incubator to hatch after walking a certain number of kilometers.
The most recent Pokemon GO: Season of Light upgrades offer season benefits that continue throughout the season. They are as follows:
- Pokemon participating in Remote Raids now do more damage.
- PokeStop spins guarantee gifts
- Increased the efficacy of incense when moving
- While spinning Gym discs, you may earn up to two free Raid Passes every day.
- Extra goods provided by Research Breakthroughs
- Extra Stars awarded for Research Breakthroughs
- Gifts provided more stardust.
There will undoubtedly be many more throughout the Season of Light, but trainers will have to wait for Niantic to make an announcement.
For additional information, including which Pokémon will appear in different habitats in the wild and which will hatch from Eggs, check out Niantic’s blog post about the Season of Light.
Enjoy your walk on the light side, Trainers!