Shiny Pheromosa in Pokemon GO 2022

Can Pheromosa be Shiny in Pokemon GO? This Ultra Beast pokemon is one of the newest additions to the popular AR Pokemon game. It is a Bug and Fighting-type pokémon that was introduced during the Pokémon GO Fest: Berlin event. It is one of the four currently available Ultra Beasts. This new breed of alien monster was introduced in Generation VII with Pokémon Sun and Moon, and now they have come to Pokemon GO. But, can you catch a shiny version of this rare pokemon during the Pokémon GO Fest 2022 Finale event five-star raid? Read on to learn everything you need to know.

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Shiny Pheromosa in Pokemon GO 2022
Does Pheromosa have a shiny variant in Pokemon GO in 2022?

Can Pheromosa be Shiny in Pokemon GO

So, can you catch a shiny Pheromosa in Pokémon Go? Unfortunately, if you were hoping to put your hands on a shiny version of this Ultra Beast, we will have to disappoint you. No, at the moment, it doesn’t have a shiny version. It’s extremely rare for the first appearances of any pokemon in Pokemon GO to have a shiny version from the get-go. And things are no different with Pheromosa. The Pokémon GO Fest 2022 Finale event will be this pokemon’s very first appearance in raids. Thus, we somewhat expected not to see the shiny version of this Ultra Beast.

So, when can we expect to see a shiny version of Pheromosa? To be perfectly frank, we simply don’t know. Usually, developers, Niantic, will add a pokémon for a big event, and then the next time that pokémon is featured in another event, it will come with a shiny version. However, that’s not always the case. For some pokemon, we waited for years to receive a shiny version. Whenever Shiny Pheromosa in Pokemon GO becomes a reality, we will make sure to update the article. Thus, you will know exactly when you will be able to catch a shiny Pheromosa in Pokémon Go. For more details on Ultra Beasts, check out our Shiny Nihilego, Shiny Buzzwole, and Shiny Xurkitree guides.

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