LA Regionals Reveal Next Season Name & PvP Updates: Season of Shared Skies

Casters at the Los Angeles regionals Pokémon tournament have this weekend revealed some new information for the next season of Pokémon GO!

The next season of Pokémon GO will be known as ‘Shared Skies’, and an array of new moves and move updates were teased for the GO Battle League.

Season of Shared Skies Event icon

The season of Shared Skies will being on 1st June 2024, 10:00am local time, as the season of World of Wonders ends. It is an interesting choice of name, implying a potential focus on Flying types, and Pokémon that can fly. A very low resolution image that appears to be the season logo has been shared on social media:

The background is a mixture of different shining colours in triangular shapes, it doesn’t really give much away as to any potential season long theme or concept.

We expect more information to drop on the new season during the upcoming week!

New Moves and Updates Event icon

New moves have been given to some Pokémon, with other moves being updated, in what looks to potentially be quite an exciting shake up for PvP! This information was taken from the official livestream for the LA regionals.

Starting June 3rd 2024 at 10:00am PDT the following moves will 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: The energy cost will be decreased, and the trainer battle power will decrease from 60, to 55

The following moves will be available to new Pokémon:

  • Thunder Punch Electric: Typhlosion, Riolu, Lucario, Scraggy, Scrafty, Chesnaught, Pawmo and Pawmot
  • Counter Fighting: Lokix
  • Power Snow Ice: Cetoddle & Cetitan
  • Dragon Claw Dragon: Naganadel
  • Swift Normal: Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Teddiursa, Ursaring and Ursaluna.
  • Fly Flying: Fearow, Salamence, Swoobat and Swanna

There are some very interesting new additions and changes here, which our resident PvP experts will be analysing very shortly! The screenshots below are taken directly from the LA regionals stream.

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