New Sinnoh Pokemon and Evolutions Arrive Today; New Move Additions List Here

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New Pokemon Arrivals

On January 31, reddit user u/j0pux posted a screenshot of a Japanese language push notification on their phone. 


The following Pokemon are confirmed in this image: 

In addition, more Pokemon are available in the wild originally from Gen 4! Here are the confirmed mons:

New Changes to Moves and Raids

Niantic announced the arrival of new Pokemon starting January 31, 2019. This event will feature the above Pokemon available for the first time, and will also feature the following:

  • New raid boss stat rebalance
  • New movesets
  • Move stat rebalance

The following Pokemon have new moves:

Pokemon New Move
Ho-Oh Hidden Power
Machamp Rock Slide
Alakazam Fire Punch
Roserade Grass Knot
Clefable Meteor Mash
Donphan Mud Slap
Alolan Muk Snarl
Arbok Dragon Tail
Ninetails Psyshock
Wigglytuff Ice Beam
Muk Thunder Punch
Weezing Thunderbolt
Starmie Thunder
Starmie Ice Beam
Jynx Focus Blast
Kabutops Waterfall
Aerodactyl Rock Slide
Snorlax Outrage
Ampharos Power Gem
Ursaring Shadow Claw
Mantine Bullet Seed
Houndoom Flamethrower
Miltank Thunderbolt
Miltank Ice Beam
Raikou Shadow Ball
Entei Iron Head
Suicune Ice Beam
Ludicolo Ice Beam
Chimecho Psyshock
Salamence Bite
Deoxys (Speed Forme) Thunderbolt
Deoxys (Defense Forme) Thunderbolt
Luxray Hidden Power
Honchkrow Sky Attack
Drapion Bite
Magmortar Psychic
Togekiss Flamethrower
Porygon-Z Blizzard
Alolan Ninetails Psyshock

See below for the full announcement.

Full Announcement


Did you know that some Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region evolve from Pokémon previously discovered in other regions? Starting today, you’ll be able to use a Sinnoh Stone to evolve Lickitung into Lickilicky, Tangela into Tangrowth, and more!

Plus, more Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region, such as Cranidos and Shieldon, will appear in the wild for the first time! You may also see more Pokémon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region appearing in Eggs.

There are also some big changes coming! You may notice that Pokémon that appear in Raid Battles are more powerful and sturdy when you challenge them. Plus, some moves that certain Pokémon know may be stronger or weaker when used in battle. Finally, certain Pokémon may be able to learn new moves via TM that will help them perform in battle, such as Machamp now being able to know the Rock-type move Rock Slide!

—The Pokémon GO team