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Pokemon Go – How to Get a Legendary Raid Pass

by Bryan Dawson

Legendary Pokemon have finally been added to Pokemon Go in the form of Legendary Raids. However, players of the game are having a bit of difficulty understanding how to access them, with many asking how to get a Legendary Raid Pass in Pokemon Go. This article covers the answer to how to get a Legendary Raid Pass in Pokemon Go to help clarify some of the misconceptions with how the Legendary Raids work in the game.

First and foremost, you don’t need to do anything special to gain access to a Legendary Raid. A regular or premium Raid Pass will grant access to Legendary Raids in Pokemon Go. However, Legendary Pokemon are not easy to take down or catch. Before you burn a Raid Pass make sure you have a solid team with you that includes all of your most powerful Pokemon, and a group of friends (ideally 20 friends) with similar Pokemon ready to throw down with the Legendary Pokemon in the raid.

Information is still coming in concerning the nest strategies for taking down and capturing Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Go, but we’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available. Be sure to check out our Pokemon Go game hub for the latest strategies and advice. For now, we do know that you can get over 10k experience points for successfully completing Legendary Raids, with a current high of 13k, that’s likely to increase once more raids have been completed.

We’ll have more on Pokemon Go Legendary Pokemon as more information becomes available, but if you’re looking to get a raid pass, we’ve got you covered there as well!

Bryan Dawson

Bryan Dawson has an extensive background in the gaming industry, having worked as a journalist for various publications for nearly 20 years and participating in a multitude of competitive fighting game events. He has authored over a dozen strategy guides for Prima Games, worked as a consultant on numerous gaming-related TV and web shows and was the Operations Manager for the fighting game division of the IGN Pro League.