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Pokémon Go Gen 5 new Pokemon coming soon

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Pokemon Go gen 5 is coming soon, September 16th to be precise. It will bring with it the third largest increase of Pokémon since the game’s release.

156 new Pokemon will be added with Pokemon Go gen 5. You can find the full list of the Gen 5 Pokemon from here.

pokemon gen 5 list

If you’ve played Pokemon on a console, you’ll be familiar with the Pokemon coming to Pokemon Go Gen 5. The games include Pokemon Black, White, Black 2, and White 2. As of now, you can’t catch any of the Pokemon Go Gen 5 Pokemon, but the first wave will be coming to your phone in just a couple of weeks.

Pokemon Go Gen 5 Release

The following Pokemon will be available on Pokemon Go on September 16 2019:

  1. Patrat – Normal
  2. Watchog – Normal
  3. Lillipup – Normal
  4. Herdier – Normal
  5. Stoutland – Normal
  6. Klink – Steel (RAID)
  7. Klang – Steel
  8. Klinklang – Steel

Niantic have revealed the following information about Pokemon Go Gen 5 on the current Pokemon Go app:

Week 3: A Unova Unveiling All your research has paid off! Professor Willow has informed us that some Pokémon originally discovered in the Unova region are now appearing in the world of Pokémon GO!

Gen 5 new Pokemon list:

pokemon go gen 5 release

Believe it or not, the Pokemon in Pokemon Go Gen 5 don’t evolve into or from pre-existing Pokemon. This is obviously very different from generation 2 and 4 which brought new evolutions to the game.

I doubt we’ll say any baby Pokemon introduced like we’ve seen with the introduction of Sinnoh Stones. This will be a refreshing change for those who have been playing Pokemon Go for quite some time. Personally I’m really looking forward to it and love the anticipation it will bring to the game.

Here’s the full list of new Pokemon you’ll find in Pokemon Go Gen 5:

  • Victini – Psychic/Fire
  • Snivy – Grass
  • Servine – Grass
  • Serperior – Grass
  • Tepig – Fire
  • Pignite – Fire/Fighting
  • Emboar – Fire/Fighting
  • Oshawatt – Water
  • Dewott – Water
  • Samurott – Water
  • Patrat – Normal
  • Watchog – Normal
  • Lillipup – Normal
  • Herdier – Normal
  • Stoutland – Normal
  • Purrloin – Dark
  • Liepard – Dark
  • Pansage – Grass
  • Simisage – Grass
  • Pansear – Fire
  • Simisear – Fire
  • Panpour – Water
  • Simipour – Water
  • Munna – Psychic
  • Musharna – Psychic
  • Pidove – Normal/Flying
  • Tranquill – Normal/Flying
  • Unfezant – Normal/Flying
  • Blitzle – Electric
  • Zebstrika – Electric
  • Roggenrola – Rock
  • Boldore – Rock
  • Gigalith – Rock
  • Woobat – Psychic/Flying
  • Swoobat – Psychic/Flying
  • Drilbur – Ground
  • Excadrill – Ground/Steel
  • Audino – Normal
  • Timburr – Fighting
  • Gurdurr – Fighting
  • Conkeldurr – Fighting
  • Tympole – Water
  • Palpitoad – Water/Ground
  • Seismitoad – Water/Ground
  • Throh – Fighting
  • Sawk – Fighting
  • Sewaddle – Bug/Grass
  • Dwadloon – Bug/Grass
  • Leavanny – Bug/Grass
  • Venipede – Bug/Poison
  • Whirlipede – Bug/Poison
  • Scolipede – Bug/Poison
  • Cottonee – Grass
  • Whimsicott – Grass
  • Petilil – Grass
  • Lilligant – Grass
  • Basculin – Water
  • Sandile – Ground/Dark
  • Krokorok – Ground/Dark
  • Krookodile – Ground/Dark
  • Darumaka – Fire
  • Darmanitan – Fire
  • Maractus – Grass
  • Dwebble – Bug/Rock
  • Crustle – Bug/Rock
  • Scraggy – Dark/Fighting
  • Scrafty – Dark/Fighting
  • Sigilyph – Psychic/Flying
  • Yamask – Ghost
  • Cofagrigus – Ghost
  • Tirtouga – Water/Rock
  • Carracosta – Water/Rock
  • Archen – Rock/Flying
  • Archeops – Rock/Flying
  • Trubbish – Poison
  • Garbodor – Poison
  • Zorua – Dark
  • Zoroark – Dark
  • Minccino – Normal
  • Cinccino – Normal
  • Gothita – Psychic
  • Gothorita – Psychic
  • Gothitelle – Psychic
  • Solosis – Psychic
  • Duosion – Psychic
  • Reuniclus – Psychic
  • Ducklett – Water/Flying
  • Swanna – Water/Flying
  • Vanillite – Ice
  • Vanillish – Ice
  • Vanilluxe – Ice
  • Deerling – Normal/Grass
  • Sawsbuck – Normal/Grass
  • Emolga – Electric/Flying
  • Karrablast – Bug
  • Escavalier – Bug/Steel
  • Foongus – Grass/Poison
  • Amoonguss – Grass/Poison
  • Frillish – Water/Ghost
  • Jellicent – Water/Ghost
  • Alomomola – Water
  • Joltik – Bug/Electric
  • Galvantula – Bug/Electric
  • Ferroseed – Grass/Steel
  • Ferrothorn – Grass/Steel
  • Klink – Steel
  • Klang – Steel
  • Klinklang – Steel
  • Tynamo – Electric
  • Eelektrik – Electric
  • Eelektross – Electric
  • Elgyem – Psychics
  • Beheeyem – Psychic
  • Litwick – Ghost/Fire
  • Lampent – Ghost/Fire
  • Chandelure – Ghost/Fire
  • Axew – Dragon
  • Fraxure – Dragon
  • Haxorus – Dragon
  • Cubchoo – Ice
  • Beartic – Ice
  • Cryogonal – Ice
  • Shelmet – Bug
  • Accelgor – Bug
  • Stunfisk – Ground/Electric
  • Mienfoo – Fighting
  • Mienshao – Fighting
  • Druddigon – Dragon
  • Golett – Ground/Ghost
  • Golurk – Ground/Ghost
  • Pawniard – Dark/Steel
  • Bisharp – Dark/Steel
  • Bouffalant – Normal
  • Rufflet – Normal/Flying
  • Braviary – Normal/Flying
  • Vullaby – Dark/Flying
  • Mandibuzz – Dark/Flying
  • Heatmor – Fire
  • Durant – Bug/Steel
  • Deino – Dark/Dragon
  • Zweilous – Dark/Dragon
  • Hydreigon – Dark/Dragon
  • Larvesta – Bug/Fire
  • Volcarona – Bug/Fire
  • Cobalion – Steel/Fighting
  • Terrakion – Rock/Fighting
  • Virizion – Grass/Fighting
  • Tornadus – Flying
  • Thundurus – Electric/Flying
  • Reshiram – Dragon/Fire
  • Zekrom – Dragon/Electric
  • Landorus – Ground/Flying
  • Kyurem – Dragon/Ice
  • Keldeo – Water/Fighting
  • Meloetta – Normal/Psychic or Normal/Fighting
  • Genesect – Bug/Steel

Pokemon Go Gen 5 Starter Pokemon

Pokemon Go Gen 5

Pokemon Go Gen 5 will introduce 3 new starter Pokemon. Unlike the games, you won’t be able to receive these for ‘free’ as such. However, you will have the opportunity to obtain them.

Snivy is a grass type Pokemon which evolves into Servine. Servine evolves into Serperior. Tepig is a fire type which evolves into Pignite, then into Emboar. Finally we have Oshawott which is the starter water Pokemon in Gen 5. Oshawott evolves into Dewott, and Dewott evolves into Samurott.

Take a look at our list of first wave Pokémon here including how to catch them.

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Co-Founder of unboxedreviews.com - Georgie is a freelance Content Writer specialising in gaming news, reviews, and technology. Georgie enjoys stealth, survival and RPG games. She loves penguins, unicorns and anything that sparkles!

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