Full incense day schedule for Beldum, Psychic and Steel-types in Pokémon Go – March 14, 2021

The Pokémon change every hour.

Another incense day is available for all players in Pokémon Go. This time, your incense devices will be attracting Psychic and Steel-type Pokémon to your location. You’ll be able to attract specific Pokémon during each hour of the event, which kicks off on March 14 at 11 AM and continues until 5 PM in your local time zone. For those eager to add more Psychic and Steel-types to their collection, or for players looking to grind XL candy, now is a perfect opportunity to do it. While it is a Psychic and Steel-type focus, the event features Beldum. If you evolve a Metang into a Metagross during the event time, you’ll be able to teach Metagross meteor mash, its exclusive charged move.

Full Psychic and Steel-type incense day schedule

Here’s the full schedule for the Psychic and Steel-type incense day event.

  • 11 AM to 12 PM – Psychic-type Pokémon
  • 12 PM to 1 PM – Steel-type Pokémon
  • 1PM to 2 PM – Psychic-type Pokémon
  • 2 PM to 3 PM – Steel-type Pokémon
  • 3 PM to 4 PM – Psychic-type Pokémon
  • 4 PM to 5 PM – Steel-type Pokémon

There will be specific Pokémon appearing in each hour for each type. It won’t be all Psychic or Steel-type Pokémon. Here are all of the Pokémon for each hour for both types.

All Psychic-type Pokémon appearing in incense day

  • Natu
  • Girafarig
  • Meditite
  • Baltoy
  • Munna

Of the choices, we highly recommend for players to try and capture Meditite. Its evolved form, Medicham, is a good choice to pick in the Great League, and we highly recommend using it in this PvP competition.

All Steel-type Pokémon appearing in incense day

  • Alolan Diglett
  • Magnemite
  • Aron
  • Bronzor
  • Shieldon

For the Steel-type hours, we’re seeing several more choices that should be appealing for numerous players. We highly recommend Magnemite and Shieldon. Magnemite’s evolved form, Magnezone, is good Pokémon for the Master League, and Shieldon’s evolved form, Blastiodon, is a widely use Pokémon in the Great League. Unfortunately, Shieldon will be the rarer Pokémon to capture during the event, so it may not appear as often.