The Legendary Pokemon Kyogre is available now on Pokemon Go. Beginning today, players can encounter the powerful Pokemon at Gyms as a Raid Battle, where it can be found for several weeks.
Just like other Legendaries, you’ll need to team up with other players to battle Kyogre; only after defeating the Legendary Pokemon will you get a chance to capture it. Kyogre is a powerful Water-type Pokemon, so players will want to bring Electric- and Grass-types such as Jolteon, Zapdos, and Exeggutor to gain the advantage over it.
Kyogre marks the second Generation 3 Legendary to arrive in Pokemon Go so far, following its counterpart from Pokemon Ruby, Groudon. Players who have yet to add that Legendary to their teams can still encounter it for a limited time. Groudon will appear in Raid Battles until January 15, giving you only a couple more days to catch the gigantic Pokemon.
Pokemon Go developer Niantic had been teasing that Kyogre would be the next Legendary Pokemon coming to the popular mobile game. The studio released a promotional image featuring the monster for Pokemon Go’s recent holiday event, which also introduced 20 more Water- and Ice-type Pokemon originally from Ruby and Sapphire to the game.