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Pokémon GO: How To Find (& Catch) Zamazenta | Screen Rant

Zamazenta will soon be joining Pokemon Go as a new legendary Pokemon during its Ultra Unlock event. This was provided to players as a reward for completing every Global Challenge during Go Fest. The Ultra Unlock event has been broken up into 3 different parts, Space, Time, and the final piece remained hidden for quite some time. Now, the final piece has been officially announced with it being centered around Pokemon Sword and Shield, the most recent mainline Pokemon title to release for the Nintendo Switch. It's interesting to see Niantic skip over the Alola region, which would have been next in line if the developers were going chronologically. Regardless, Zamazenta will be added to the game as part of this Sword and Shield event. This guide will show players how they can find and capture this Pokemon.

Zamazenta originates from the Galar region, and is known as one of the Heroes of Many Battles. It has two different forms depending on if it is holding its Rusted Shield. It is also the mascot Pokemon of Pokemon Shield. Players would encounter it during the end of their journey in that title. Now that it is being introduced into Pokemon Go, players finally have a chance to capture Zamazenta.

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Ultra Unlock Part 3 will take place between 2 weeks and the second week is when Zamazenta will be making its debut. This will take place from Thursday, August 26th to Wednesday, September 1st. During this time period, Zamazenta will begin to appear in 5-star raid battles. As with every other legendary Pokemon, players should aim to take this battle on with a group of at least 5 other players. Participating with any less might make it impossible to defeat. It's also currently unknown if Zamazenta will be added to the game with its Shield-Form already enabled. This would turn Zamazenta from a Fighting-type, to a Fighting/Steel-type Pokemon. Here are some of the best counters to bring along for this battle.

  • Mega Charizard Y: Fire Spin and Blast Burn.
  • Moltres: Fire Spin and Overheat.
  • Darmanitan: Fire Fang and Overheat.
  • Conkeldurr: Counter and Dynamic Punch.
  • Entei: Fire Fang and Overheat.
  • Blaziken: Counter and Blaze Kick.

If it remains mono-Fighting-type, players should bring along Psychic and Flying-type moves to counter it. Zamazenta won't debut with its Shiny form in Pokemon Go so players can focus on finding just one of these.

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Pokemon Go is available now on iOS and Android.

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