Pokémon Go: Two new fourth-generation creatures hit the video game | Technology and Science | Video games


The famous mobile game from Niantic and Nintendo, Pokémon Go He received two new fourth-generation creatures. Through the Twitter account of the game, Budew and Buizel, two creatures from the Sinnoh region, were announced.

Budew is a plant / poison type pokemon introduced in the fourth generation. It is the previous form to Rosélia (creature of Hoenn), that is to say, it is a creation of Pokémon.

This pokemon lives next to the puddles of clean water and spreads the pollen that causes sneezing. It has the peculiarity that in winter closes its cocoon to protect itself from the cold; already in the spring opens and spreads the pollen.

Meanwhile, Buizel is a water-type pokemon that is based on a sea otter; although it also has ferret features. It has a float on the neck that serves to float up. Its habitat is found in rivers, lakes and ponds. They like to soak in the water so they are hard to see with the naked eye.

Buizel is also known because in the anime "Pokémon" was one of Ash's companions.

On the other hand, Niantic has launched a new event after finishing Halloween. On Twitter, he announced that the trainers will be able to double the amount of dust on hatches and catches until next Tuesday, November 13.

Thus, the coaches have enough time to get hold of these Pokémon and get an extra stellar powder.


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