Pokemon Go: Ho-Oh Locations, Sightings, & When It’s Gone


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The Legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh is now available in Pokemon Go.

Niantic confirmed that the Legendary Pokemon will be available in Raid Battles at Gyms around the world until December 12, 2017. It has not yet been specified what time the Pokemon will disappear on December 12, but we will update this article once the news comes.

The Legendary Pokemon appears to be available as a normal Raid Boss and not an EX Raid Boss, according to Reddit User test_kenmo.

People have already begun to find and capture Ho-Oh. This article will update to list locations the Pokemon was sighted as they come out.

User refindthetime said that about 40 players just got Ho-Oh in Utah, Salt Lake City area.

User DBRiMatt caught Ho-Oh in Adelaide, Australia.

User Im-not-a-farmer caught one in Chicago, Illinois.

Have you seen or caught Ho-Oh yet? Let us know in the comment section below.

Niantic released the Legendary Pokemon after players caught over three billion Pokemon during the Global Catch Challenge. The challenge ended on November 26 but the rewards for double Stardust, double XP, and Lure Modules lasting six hours will last until December 1 at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET. Players were also treated to a 48 hour worldwide appearance of Farfetch’d, usually an East Asia exclusive Pokemon, while East Asia got an appearance by Australia exclusive Kangaskhan.

The Global Catch Challenge was meant to coincide with the launch of a new video series known as Pokemon Go Travel where trailers travel the world to catch Pokemon. The series starts with a group of trainers including IHasCupquake, Coisa de Nerd, and Rachel Quirico traveling to Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, and Tottori in Japan. The Global Catch Challenge concluded with a celebration at the Pokemon Go Safari Zone event in Tottori on November 26.