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Pokemon Go Gen 4: Sinnoh region Pokemon List, new evolutions and beyond

Generation 4 of Pokemon Go is here- meaning that Pokemon from the Sinnoh region (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) are now appearing in the wild.

This is great news for Pokemon Go trainers, as with the ability to now capture Celebi offered widely many top Pokemon Go players are nearing the end of the third generation of creatures. Gen 4 offers up 107 new Pokemon - which will be the second-largest amount of new creatures added to the hugely popular mobile game since its 2016 debut.

Gen 4 of Pokemon Go brings with it some real gems, all of which made their debut in the Sinnoh Region in the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl titles for Nintendo DS. Many of these new Pokemon are actually evolved versions of Pokemon that already existed in Pokemon Go - including new Eevee Evolutions, Baby Pokemon and new forms. On top of that there are nine legendary Pokemon and five mythical Pokemon - meaning there's plenty of new fodder for Pokemon Go's field research and special research missions and EX Raid battles over the coming year.

Alongside all these all-new additions, expect balance changes that'll adjust our Pokemon Go Tier List and other shifts in response to the newcomers. The Pokemon Go Egg Hatching chart will surely change, for instance, as new potential gen 4 egg hatches are added and old hatches are finally phased out. Gen 4 doesn't bring any new Pokemon types with it, but it does introduce new type combinations that'll play into the type strengths and weaknesses chart for battle.

Which Gen 4 Pokemon are in Pokemon Go so far?

While Pokemon from the Sinnoh region are now arriving in the world of Pokemon Go, that doesn't mean all of Gen 4's Pokemon are hitting the game at once. Instead, as always with Pokemon Go, Gen 4 is rolling out in stages. That means over time more and more Gen 4 Pokemon will appear in Pokemon Go - and as of now (18 October 2018), there are 26 total Sinnoh region Pokemon available out in the world of Pokemon Go.

Here, we're going to list that 26 so you know who they are - then if you want more information on them, you can view them in the full Pokedex of Gen 4 Pokemon below - just keep scrolling! Keep in mind that these Pokemon can be caught in a variety of ways - some in the wild with Pokeballs, some by hatching eggs, some via raids. In this list, evolutionary lines are listed together.

  • Turtwig (#387) > Grotle (#388) > Torterra (#389)
  • Chimchar (#390) > Monferno (#391) > Infernape (#392)
  • Piplup (#393) > Prinplup (#394) > Empoleon (#395)
  • Starly (#396) > Staravia (#397) > Staraptor (#398)
  • Bidoof (#399) > Bibarel (#400)
  • Kricketot (#401) > Kricketune (#402)
  • Shinx (#403) > Luxio (#404) > Luxray (#405)
  • Pachirisu (#417)
  • Chatot (#441)
  • Buneary (#427) > Lopunny (#428)
  • Riolu (#447) > Lucario (#448)
  • Carnivine (#455)

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Pokemon Go Gen 4: Sinnoh Region Pokemon Evolutions from previous games

A large number of the newly-added Pokemon in Pokemon Go generation 4 are those who are being added to existing evolution lines in the game - meaning they'll evolve from previously obtainable Gen 1, 2 and 3 Pokemon so long as you have enough candy. Here's the new Pokemon Evolutions for Pokemon Go Gen 4, plus their types and what familiar creatures they evolve from.

PokemonPictureTypePrevious Forms
Magnezone Electric / SteelMagnemite > Magneton
Lickilicky NormalLickitung
Tangrowth GrassTangela
Rhyperior Ground / RockRhyhorn > Rhydon
Electvire ElectricElekid > Electabuzz
Magmortar FireMagby > Magmar
Leafeon GrassNew Eevee Evolution
Glaceon IceNew Eevee Evolution
Mismagius GhostMisdreavus
Ambipom NormalAipom
Honchkrow Dark / FlyingMurkrow
Weavile Dark / IceSneasel
Togekiss Fairy / FlyingTogepi > Togetic
Yanmega Bug / FlyingYanma
Gliscor Ground / FlyingGilgar
Mamoswine Ice / GroundSwinub > Piloswine
Porygon-Z NormalPorygon > Porygon2
Roserade Grass / PoisonBudew (also new) > Roselia
Gallade Psychic / FightingRalts > Kirlia
Probopass Rock / SteelNosepass
Dusknoir GhostDuskull > Dusclops
Froslass Ice / GhostSnorunt

Baby Pokemon new to Pokemon Go Gen 4

As well as the above evolutions, there's also some earlier forms added to a select few families of Pokemon. These new baby Pokemon join the evolution line listed next to them in the table below, and they'll very likely begin to hatch out of short distance eggs once gen 4 lands.

Mime Jr Psychic / FairyMr Mime
Happiny NormalChansey > Blissey
Munchlax NormalSnorlax
Bonsly RockSudowoodo
Mantyke Water / FlyingMantine
Budew Grass / PoisonRoselia > Roserade (also new)
Chingling PsychicChimecho

All-new Sinnoh Region Pokemon for Gen 4

These are the most exciting of the bunch - here's the all-new Pokemon and Pokedex additions for Pokemon Go gen 4. These are all-new beasts in all-new evolutionary lines, and will be appearing in the wild...

1st Evolution2nd Evolution3rd EvolutionType
Turtwig >Grotle >Torterra Grass / Ground
Chimchar >Monferno >Infernape Fire / Fighting
Piplup > Prinplup >Empoleon Water / Steel
Starly >Staravia >Staraptor Normal / Flying
Bidoof >Bibarel Normal / Water
Kricketot >Kricketune Bug
Shinx >Luxio >Luxray Electric
Cranidos >Rampardos Rock
Shieldon >Bastiodon Rock / Steel
Burmy >Wormadam >Mothim Bug / Flying
Combee >Vespiquen Bug / Flying
Pachirisu Electric
Buizel >Floatzel Water
Cherubi >Cherrim Grass
Shellos >Gastrodon Water / Ground
Drifloon >Drifblim Ghost / Flying
Buneary >Lopunny Normal
Glameow >Purugly Normal
Stunky >Skuntank Poison / Dark
Bronzor >Bronzong Steel / Psychic
Chatot Normal / Flying
Spiritomb Ghost / Dark
Gible >Gabite >Garchomp Dragon / Ground
Riolu >Lucario Fighting / Steel
Hippopotas >Hippowdon Ground
Skorupi >Drapion Poison / Dark
Croagunk >Toxicroak Poison / Fighting
Carnivine Grass
Finneon >Lumineon Water
Snover >Abomasnow

Legendary & Mythical Pokemon from Sinnoh added in Gen 4

You're not likely to see these Pokemon out in the wild, but a slew of legendary and Mythical Pokemon were also added in Gen 4, and thus will now be slated to hit Pokemon Go...

Uxie Psychic
Mesprit Psychic
Azelf Psychic
Dialga Steel / Dragon
Palkia Water / Dragon
Heatran Fire / Steel
Regigigas Normal
Cresselia Psychic
Phione Water
Manaphy Water
Darkrai Dark
Arceus Normal
Giratina Dragon / Ghost
Shaymin Grass

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