Pokémon Go May 2023 Content Roadmap Confirms New Events & Mega Pinsir Debut

With the end of April 2023 fast approaching, Pokémon Go’s latest content roadmap for May 2023 is getting players ready for the final month of Rising Heroes. At the end of the month, Rising Heroes will culminate with a slew of brand new events focusing on a wide variety of Pokémon Go team captains.

In addition to the future events that have been hinted at, this month will also see the release of Mega Pinsir and the flashy version of Tapu Fini. You can get these over the next month, and in the future Mega Raid rotations, you can anticipate seeing Mega Pinsir.

Pokémon Go’s Rising Heroes Season Closes out in May 2023

An Instinctive Hero will take place from May 2nd to the 8th, 2023. The spotlight will be on Team Instinct during this event, and it’s probable that Spark will star in a Special Research as we saw with Blanche a few weeks ago.

Starting on May 11, 2023, and running through May 17, 2023, A Valorous Hero, starring Candela, will be the last team-based Pokémon Go event of the month. Players who have completed the Special Research event will be able to take part in the Spark and Candela events, respectively, and receive a Pokémon with a special appearance item.

There will be a Raid Day, an Elite Raid Weekend, and a Community Event at the end of the month to round out the bigger events. At the end of May 2023, there will be a final event, the details of which have not been disclosed but would presumably tie up loose ends from the Rising Heroes season.

Mega Pinsir will first arrive in Mega Raids on May 11, 2023, and will remain there until May 24, 2023.

The conclusion of the Rising Heroes season has failed to thrill fans, and neither has what lies next for Pokémon Go. After the Remote Raid Pass updates were announced at the end of March and implemented in April, Pokémon Go gamers have been regularly disregarded by the development team at Niantic.

Fans have been trying to get Niantic’s attention, but the developers don’t appear interested in responding formally and have even tweeted on the benefits of users getting some fresh air, which has resulted in a lot of complaints.

It would be ideal if Niantic could reevaluate Pokémon Go’s future, but the company’s response over the previous few weeks does not bode well.

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