Players also got to fly high up in the sky and attempt to catch Mega Latias and Mega Latios, with other Raid members joining the battle. This month, players can witness several old classic Legendaries and Mega evolved Pokémon become available to catch during Raid Hours or across casual Raids.
Pokémon GO Raid Hours July 2022 Schedule
For July 2022, the Pokémon Go Raid Hours event takes place between 6 pm to 7 pm local time every Wednesday. During the event, Five-Star Raids will appear across gyms everywhere, and you have exactly an hour to catch ‘em all.
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So get ready to take a journey to the Kanto region in Pokémon GO because Niantic’s prepared a variety of interesting Pokémon to catch during the Mega Raids and Tier 5 Raids.
Here's the rotation of all Pokémon featured in Pokémon GO's July 2022 Raid Hours:
- 1st to 7th July 2022 - Mega Charizard X
- 1st to 7th July 2022 - Articuno
- 7th to 14th July 2022 - Mega Charizard Y
- 7th to 14th July 2022 - Zapdos
- 14th to 22nd July 2022 - Mega Pidgeot
- 14th to 22nd July 2022 - Moltres
- 22nd to 31st July 2022 - Mega Gengar
- 22nd to 31st July 2022 - Dialga
Pokémon GO July Raid Hours also feature shiny variations across every Legendary and Mega evolution. So if you’re lucky, you might just catch a shiny Pokémon during the Raids.
This month’s edition of the latest Pokémon to catch in Raids isn’t anything players haven’t seen so far. Still, it does bring some people back to the past when Pokémon GO first started.
Indeed, these Pokémon are all classics and loved by many. Of course, some hardcore veterans would disagree, considering they probably have every shiny or perfect IV version of these Raid Pokémon; however, it’s always refreshing to return to your roots.
Make sure to get a perfect curve ball throw, and use your berries to catch this month’s Raid Pokémon. Also, remember that all Raid rotations start and end at 10 am local time on the dates above unless specified in upcoming Niantic posts.
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