In Pokémon Go, Legendary Raids are still available at some Gyms, but once a week they take up virtually all Gyms for an entire hour. These Legendary Raid Hours offer players a chance to reunite with a team and face multiple current Legendary Raid Bosses in one go. How do they work and what do they currently offer? Read ahead to find out, and don’t forget to check out our best Pokémon Go accessories so you can be fully equipped on your Pokémon adventure!
What are Legendary Raid Hours in Pokémon Go?
A feature originally introduced in June 2019, Legendary Raid Times is a weekly event where virtually all Gyms are taken over by the current Legendary Raid Boss. Unlike normal raids, these raids last all the time. These are still legendary raids, meaning they require multiple players, so players are encouraged to team up for the hour so they can move from gym to gym until they’ve used up their raid passes or the hour is up. If it’s not safe in your area to coordinate with a squad, you can still participate using Remote Raid Passes and an Online Squad.
When are the next Legendary Raid Hours in Pokémon Go?
The legendary raid times are every Wednesday evening from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. local time.
The legendary raid times for January will be on the following dates:
- January 5: Check out our Kyurem * raid guide to get ready!
- January 12th: Check out our Heatran * raid guide to get ready!
- January 19: Check out our Genesect (Shock Drive) Raid Guide to get ready!
- January 26th: Check out our Regice * raid guide to get ready!
Potentially shiny Pokémon are marked with an asterisk.
Questions about Legendary Raid Times in Pokémon Go?
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