Lugia and Ho-Oh will return to Pokémon GO again during January and February. They can be easily obtained by accumulating the 7 weekly stamps in the field investigation.
There is nothing left and less to finish the year and of course Niantic has taken advantage of the Noche Buena to congratulate the parties to their followers. Another way to celebrate with them these days is with the Christmas event . Which is currently taking place and we can enjoy it until January 2 .
Although the year ends and the event continues, there will be new changes in Pokémon in the coming days. In fact, in the official account of Pokémon GO we have already anticipated that there will be two new rewards in the field research tasks during the first months of 2019, Lugia and Ho-Oh .
Lugia and Ho-Oh new rewards in field research tasks.
A few weeks ago the two legendary Pokémon of the second generation returned to the application of augmented reality. On that occasion, they were on a weekend and could be achieved in level 5 raids.
Lugia and Ho-Oh are legendary Pokémon most beloved by coaches . It was especially noticeable in the raids where the number of participants increased considerably. Now they can be obtained in a simpler way, accumulating the 7 weekly stamps.
These two Pokémon will join the rewards that can be obtained today. That is to say, from January 1, when having 7 weekly stamps, the prize can be: Zapdos, Moltres, Articuno, Entei, Suicune, Raikou, Lugia or Ho-Oh. These 8 possibilities will be available during January and February.
Since there will be no big changes in the rewards, the tasks will not be affected either. In fact, they will continue to be popular field research tasks from previous months.