During the Pokemon GO Crackling Voltage event, there is a brand-new selection of Pokemon that players will be able to encounter in the wild.

From January 27 – February 5, 2023, the following Pokemon will be spawning in the wild more often:

  • Beldum
  • Blitzle
  • Dedenne
  • Ekans
  • Electrike
  • Ferroseed
  • Grimer
  • Grubbin
  • Helioptile
  • Magnemite
  • Stunky

In addition to the new selection of Pokemon you can find out in the wild, the Cracking Voltage event has also added other ways to catch Pokemon that you may not usually come across. Find out all of the Raid bosses in Pokemon GO right now as well as every Pokemon you can hatch from the new 7km Egg!

Refer to the table below to find out whether you can catch the shiny version of all of these wild Pokemon. Plus, we’ve also included the rarity of encountering them too – there are a couple of Pokemon that you will have to be quite lucky to come across!

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PokemonImageCan it be Shiny?Spawn Rarity
BlitzleBlitzle Pokemon GOYesCommon
EkansEkans Pokemon GOYesCommon
ElectrikeElectrike Pokemon GOYesCommon
FerroseedFerroseed Pokemon GOYesCommon
GrimerGrimer Pokemon GOYesCommon
GrubbinPokemon GO GrubbinNoCommon
HelioptileHelioptile Pokemon GOYesCommon
MagnemiteMagnemite Pokemon GOYesCommon
StunkyStunky Pokemon GONoCommon
BeldumPokemon GO BeldumYesRare
DedenneDedenne Pokemon GOYesRare

While you can encounter the shiny version of most of these Pokemon, the chance of you finding each of them isn’t the same. Check out our Pokemon GO shiny odds guide to find out the exact likelihood of encountering shiny Pokemon!

Don’t forget to use Daily Adventure Incense so that you can encounter more of these wild Pokemon while you’re adventuring. Or, if you’ve got a PokeStop nearby, make sure you use Lure Modules to attract wild Pokemon to your location!

Senior Staff Writer
Django grew up with a PlayStation controller in his hands and loves all kinds of games, from Football Manager to Yakuza.
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