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Pokemon GO: Everything You Need to Know About Gen 7

Here's everything you need to know to catch 'em all.
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Pokemon GO continues to be popular among gamers several years later as people across the globe try to catch ’em all! The inclusion of seventh-generation monsters brings fans to the tropical paradise of Alola with some familiar faces along the way.

In the original games, the seventh generation coincided with the release of both Sun and Moon as well as Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, both of which concluded the franchise’s run on 3DS. But, Pokemon GO is another beast altogether.

If you’re looking for more information on the hit mobile game’s new content, including added monsters and other useful information, look no further! We’ve compiled a list of all the info you’ll need to become the very best … like no one ever was.

Everything You Need to Know About Pokemon GO Gen 7

Gen 7 Pokemon List

In each new generation, what could be the most exciting is the variety of monsters that could join your team. Here is the list of new Pokemon added to the game in Gen 7.

  • No. 722: Rowlet
    • Type: Grass/Flying
  • No. 723: Dartrix
    • Type: Grass/Flying
    • Evolves from: Rowlet (using 25 candy)
  • No. 724: Decidueye
    • Type: Grass/Ghost
    • Evolves from: Dartrix (using 100 candy)
  • No. 725: Litten
    • Type: Fire
  • No. 726: Torracat
    • Type: Fire
    • Evolves from: Litten (using 25 candy)
  • No. 727: Incineroar
    • Type: Fire/Dark
    • Evolves from: Torracat (using 100 candy)
  • No. 728: Popplio
    • Type: Water
  • No. 729: Brionne
    • Type: Water
    • Evolves from: Popplio (using 25 candy)
  • No. 730: Primarina
    • Type: Water/Fairy
    • Evolves from: Brionne (using 100 candy)
  • No. 731: Pikipek
    • Type: Normal/Flying
  • No. 732: Trumbeak
    • Type: Normal/Flying
    • Evolves from: Pikipek (using 25 candy)
  • No. 733: Toucannon
    • Type: Normal/Flying
    • Evolves from: Trumbeak (using 100 candy)
  • No. 734: Yungoos
    • Type: Normal
  • No. 735: Gumshoos
    • Type: Normal
    • Evolves from: Yungoos (using 50 candy during the day)
  • No. 741: Oricorio
    • Type: Changes depending on style
      • Baile — Fire/Flying
      • Pa’u — Psychic/Flying
      • Pom-Pom — Electric/Flying
      • Sensu — Ghost/Flying
  • No. 744: Rockruff
    • Type: Rock
  • No. 745: Lycanroc
    • Type: Rock
    • Evolves from: Rockruff (using 50 candy)
      • During the day — Midday form
      • During the night — Midnight form
      • Dusk form currently unreleased
  • No. 753: Fomantis
    • Type: Grass
  • No. 754: Lurantis
    • Type: Grass
    • Evolves from: Fomantis (using 50 candy during the day)
  • No. 757: Salandit
    • Type: Poison/Fire
  • No. 758: Salazzle
    • Type: Poison/Fire
    • Evolves from: Salandit (using 50 candy)
      • ONLY female Salandits evolve into Salazzle
  • No. 759: Stufful
    • Type: Normal/Fighting
  • No. 760: Bewear
    • Type: Normal/Fighting
    • Evolves from: Stufful (using 400 candy)
  • No. 764: Comfey
    • Type: Fairy
  • No. 765: Oranguru
    • Type: Normal/Psychic
  • No. 782: Jangmo-o
    • Type: Dragon
  • No. 783: Hakamo-o
    • Type: Dragon/Fighting
    • Evolves from: Jangmo-o (using 25 candy)
  • No. 784: Kommo-o
    • Type: Dragon/Fighting
    • Evolves from: Hakamo-o (using 100 candy)
  • No. 785: Tapu Koko
    • Type: Electric/Fairy
  • No. 786: Tapu Lele
    • Type: Psychic/Fairy
  • No. 787: Tapu Bulu
    • Type: Grass/Fairy

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