New pairs of synchronization have been added to Pokemon Masters, with a team including the legendary Pokemon Rayquaza. The event called “the dragon who governs the sky” will give the mobile Pokémon the possibility of unlocking Rayquaza and Zinnia by themselves. Players can not increase the maximum level of Rayquaza and unlock new movements and skills by recovering special objects that are only available during the dragon that governs the sky. Pokemon Masters is available for free on iOS and Android now.
Players will have to connect to Pokemon Masters every day to fully enjoy the Dragon That Rules The Sky event, like the others. By connecting each day, players will be able to stack up to 4,200 free gems, which will give them attempts to win the new pairs of synchronization for their teams. Apparently, the next big update will bring even more pairs of synchronization, including Kukui and Lycano, and Leaf and Eevee. Players who connect between today and March 15 will receive 1500 free gems to celebrate the game by reaching a milestone of 20 million downloads. Each pair of synchronization has special skills that provide impairments or improvements, as well as different types of powerful Pokémon movements.
After a furtive launch, Pokemon Masters acquired several new and powerful pairs of synchronization. Some legendary Pokemon and Champion coaches have been added to the game as a fans service since its launch in August. Steven Stone and his Metagross also added one of the pairs of synchronization. With more legendary pokemon to come in Pokemon Masters over time, we hope to see Mew, celebi and legendary dogs of the second generation.
Are you going to add Rayquaza and Zinnia to your Pokemon Masters team? Are you more excited to see Kukui and Lycanro or Leaf and Eevee? Let us know in the comments below!