Zeraora, a new Mythical Pokémon, is now available in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, boosting excitement for the game and keeping players engaged.
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon stirred a great deal of excitement since the very beginning. Apparently, The Pokémon Company remained dedicated to adding new experiences and new Pokémon to keep the momentum going.
Zeraora Hits 'Pokémon Ultra Sun' And 'Ultra Moon'
The latest Mythical Pokémon to reach the pair of Pokémon Ultra games is Zeraora, an electric-type monster that can emit electrical currents to create a strong magnetic field around it.
It remains unclear for now just how players can capture Zeraora, or for how long it will be available. Several Mythical Pokémon that have previously hit the game was available through special events, for instance.
The official website describes Zeraora as a superfast Pokemon that can move at nearly lightning speed. Its electricity is apparently not produced by a certain organ, but the monster can collect and retain electricity from its surroundings and use it as if it were its own.
"It can use this magnetic field to levitate and move through the air at high speed," reads the description. "Its max speed is said to be about the same as that of a lightning strike."
Zeraora Pokemon Availability
It's worth pointing out that the announcement makes no mention of whether Zeraora will be exclusive to Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, or whether it will also play nice with the regular Pokémon Sun and Moon.
At the same time, it's also unclear whether it will become available at one point for Pokemon GO players as well, but there's a chance. Just recently, Niantic announced the availability of twin Eon Pokémon Latios and Latias in Pokemon GO for a limited time, and the twins originate from the Hoenn region.
Based on how things have gone so far, it would make sense for more Pokémon to make their way to Pokémon GO from other Pokémon games. It's just not certain whether Zeraora will ever be one of them.
For now, Zeraora and its powerful electricity are available in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, so give it a shot. Once you try it out, drop by our comment section below and share your experience.
To get a better idea of what Zeraora looks like and what it brings to the table, check out the short video teaser below, from the company's official YouTube account.