Galarian Yamask is making its Pokemon Go debut later this week as part of the game’s Halloween 2020 event, but it appears it isn’t the only new Galarian form being introduced soon. Developer Niantic shared new images on Twitter today teasing the arrival of Galarian Ponyta.
The first image, which you can see below, shows Galarian Ponyta’s distinctive pastel mane peeking out from behind a tree. A follow-up tweet, meanwhile, shows the Pokemon’s tail, further confirming that the monster in question is indeed Galarian Ponyta.
Niantic hasn’t announced when Galarian Ponyta will actually be available in Pokemon Go, but the autumn foliage in the teaser images suggests it’ll arrive sometime soon.
In the meantime, Pokemon Go players will be able to catch the aforementioned Galarian Yamask this week. The Ghost Pokemon is debuting as part of this year’s Halloween event, which kicks off at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET on Friday, October 23. Galarian Yamask’s arrival means Pokemon Go players will also have their first chance to get Runerigus, a brand-new Gen 8 Pokemon introduced in Sword and Shield.
That’s not all that’s happening as part of the Halloween 2020 event. New costumed versions of Gengar and Sableye are debuting in the game as well, while the Legendary Pokemon Darkrai is returning to five-star Raids. Mega Gengar is also replacing Mega Venusaur in Mega Raids starting October 23, and there will be a special Raid Day featuring another regional form–Alolan Marowak–on October 31.
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