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Pokémon Masters Gets New Content Updates

DeNA Co., Ltd in partnership with the Pokémon Company has released several new content updates to Pokémon Masters for Android and iOS devices.

One of the biggest updates is the ability for players to pair the main character with Solgaleo, the legendary Pokémon that was first discovered in the Alola region. Solgaleo’s addition to the game marks the second time a legendary has been added, after the temporary appearance of Mewtwo back in December. To celebrate the addition of Solgaleo, an in-game event titled ”The Beast That Devours The Sun” is available from now until January 21st, 9:59 PM Pacific time, and will allow players to earn some special items to unlock the level cap and learn some new moves and skills for Solgaleo.

The next content update is the release of two new Dragon-type pairs. The first is that of Lance and Dragonite, a pair first seen back in Pokémon Red and Blue. Cynthia from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, paired with Garchomp marks the second Dragon-type team in this release. These two teams can be added to player’s teams by the use of character-specific sync air spotlight scouts. An in-game event titled ”Two Champions” is running from now until January 21st, 9:59 PM Pacific time and will take players on an amazing journey with these two new pairs, so long as you’ve completed chapter four of the main game’s story.

Lastly, as a fun way to celebrate these new content updates, another in-game event, this time titled ”The New Year’s Rally” is taking place from now until January 21st, 9:59 PM Pacific time, and will award players with up to 7000 gems for logging in and completing special missions.

For more information about these Pokémon Masters events, players can check out the in-game menus. If you’ve yet to download the game check out the links below.

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