Pokémon Go fans around the world have woken up to new legendary Pokémon appearing in their regions.
The legendary dogs from Johto—Entei, Suicune, and Raikou—were only available to catch in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas respectively over the past month. But now, Niantic has shifted them to new regions for other trainers to have a chance to catch them in legendary raids.
Entei can be found in the Americas, while Suicune has apparently been located in the UK, which means Europe and Africa will likely see Suicune in legendary raids this month. There have been no sightings of Raikou yet, but he’s expected to appear in the Asia-Pacific region.
These Pokémon will be in their respective regions until the end of the month, when they are expected to shift around again. Entei will head to Asia-Pacific, Suicune to the Americas, and Raikou to Europe and Africa on Nov. 1.
Players will need to act fast to add these legendary Pokémon to their Pokédex. To capture one of these creatures, players must work with others to tackle the legendary raids littered around the world and bring their most powerful Pokémon to take Entei, Suicune, and Raikou down.
Once players defeat a legendary Pokémon in a raid, however, the fight isn’t over. Players will be given a small amount of Pokéballs in order to try to catch it. If you fail, you will need to try to beat the Pokémon again in a different raid battle to have another chance.
The clock is ticking, Pokémon Go trainers—if you want to catch ’em all, get out there and complete some legendary raids.