Pokemon Go adds legendary Pokemon

Speculation growing that ultra rare Legendary Pokémon GO will be in Chester for this weekend heritage event

Niantic is still working on trying to fix the issues as the day goes along; more and more fans are still waiting to get in the event, which they have paid for, only making things more hard as more people fill the park.

"If Trainers and their team are able to successfully defeat a Legendary Raid Boss, they'll have the opportunity to catch a Legendary Pokémon of their own!" Many attendees traveled from across the country or paid hundreds of dollars for tickets being re-sold online.

Attendees repeatedly complained about issues that prevented them from catching Pokemon or even logging into the game. Reports say that when Niantic CEO John Hanke got on stage he was met with chants of "fix out game" while another fan threw a water bottle at host Rachel Quirico.

"Today at Pokemon GO Fest in Chicago, technical issues created problems for a large number of players attending the event", a Niantic spokesperson said in a statement. "Although we were able to solve numerous technical issues, we were not able to offer every attendee a great experience". Pokemon Go has not yet announced how many, or which, will appear if the quests are successful. "We didn't envision the day going this way". "So, I want to ask you guys, please know, we've got the whole Niantic team working against this, so please be patient with us".

For the first Legendary Pokémon to be revealed, Trainers from all over the world must unite together in a battle. Everyone who registered will also received Lugia added to their party without having to battle for it. But Lugia isn't the only Legendary Pokemon heading to Pokemon Go.



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