A sneak peek of Pokémon Go’s Season of Light appears to have revealed some of the new Pokémon that will be added to the game in the coming months, including Cosmog and Necrozma.
With the three-month Season of Go drawing to a close, Pokémon Go players around the world are now anticipating the Season of Light, which has just been announced by the game’s creator, Niantic.
The Season of Light will start in early September and last until December, but other than confirmed dates and a brief puzzleLittle is known about the next big Pokémon Go event.
However, some eagle-eyed fans may have found out what we can expect from the Season of Light (literally) by connecting the dots in a mysterious teaser shared on the Pokemon Go Facebook page.
Who is that Pokemon?
The trailer shows nine different star constellations that vaguely resemble Pokémon. While some of them are pretty vague, Pokemon Go fans have already started to figure out which ones are which.
Based on various comments, tweets and a thread on the Silph Road RedditHere are some of the most popular guesses about the hidden Pokémon in the Season of Light teaser:
- Guzzlord, Appletun, or Mega Sableye
- cutiefly or ninjask
- Umbreon or Mimikyu
- Litwick or Togedemaru
- Necrozma or Kartana
- Mega Alakazam or Mega Banette
- Carbink, Diance or Inkay
Previous teasers have hinted that the legendary Solgaleo and Lunala from Pokemon Sun & Moon box art will be coming to the game soon, so it makes sense for Cosmog and Necrozma to be included.
Some of the guesses like Umbreon and Clefairy have already debuted in Pokémon Go, but could be related to events that take place during the Season of Light.
As for Litwick, many Pokémon Go players have predicted that he will headline October’s Community Day to tie in with the Halloween celebrations, similar to how Duskull was the star of October’s CD last year.
Of course, these are just guesses for now and could end up being wrong, but we don’t have to wait too long to find out, as the Season of Light is expected to start on Thursday, September 1, 2022.