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The casters at the Los Angeles Pokémon GO regional tournament have revealed upcoming Pokémon GO move updates for the new season. Now officially named 'Shared Skies', the new Pokémon GO season launching June 1st will have a whole range of move updates.

The name 'Shared Skies' implies some sort of focus on Flying-type Pokémon or Pokémon who can fly (Rayquaza maybe?).

Other than these move updates, we don't yet have any details on the Shared Skies Pokémon GO season. However, stay tuned to for more as we get it.

Pokémon GO Shared Skies move updates

The Shared Skies Pokémon GO move updates seem set to be a pretty big shake up to the meta for PvP. There are a range of Pokémon getting new moves, as well as balance changes to existing moves.

While the new season launches June 1, these Pokémon GO move updates will only take effect from June 3, at 10am PDT. This gives an equal start to all Trainers, as Pokémon GO Seasons launch based on your local time zone and not at the same time for everyone.

Here are the moves to be updated:

  • Scald (Water): The chance to lower the opposing Pokémon’s attack will be decreased
  • Spark (Electric): Will change from 6 power in Trainer battles to 5
  • Seed Bomb (Grass): Trainer battles power will increase from 60 to 65
  • Swift (Normal): Reduced energy cost, and the Trainer battle power will decrease from 60 to 55

Then the following moves will be available to new Pokémon:

Thunder Punch (Electric):

  • Typhlosion,
  • Riolu
  • Lucario
  • Scraggy
  • Scrafty
  • Chesnaught
  • Pawmo
  • Pawmot

Counter (Fighting):

  • Lokix

Powder Snow (Ice):

  • Cetoddle
  • Cetitian

Dragon Claw (Dragon):

Swift (Normal):

  • Clefairy
  • Clefable
  • Jigglypuff
  • Wigglytuff
  • Cleffa
  • Igglybuff
  • Teddiursa
  • Ursaring
  • Ursaluna

Fly (Flying):

  • Fearow
  • Salamence
  • Swoobat
  • Swanna

Some of these Pokémon GO move updates could have a shift on the meta. More analysis will take place over the coming days, but with so many changes a shift in which Pokémon are best for PvP is inevitable.

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