Every month Pokemon GO has plenty of new events and adds some new Pokemon too – luckily, a new leak has revealed loads of additions for September to November 2023!

So far, we haven’t got any official information about the next season of Pokemon GO, which begins in September 2023, and we likely won’t hear anything about it for a couple more weeks. However, a lack of announcements from official sources doesn’t mean we don’t know anything yet.

A huge new leak has revealed 9 upcoming Pokemon GO events as well as three new Paldean Pokemon coming to the game!

Upcoming September, October & November 2023 Pokemon GO Events Leaked

A reliable Pokemon GO leaker on Discord has revealed plenty of upcoming in-game events for the next couple of months:

  • September
    • Grubbin Community Day
    • Festival of Lights featuring Tadbulb
    • Psychic Spectacular
    • Oddish Research Day
  • October
    • Timburr Community Day
    • Harvest Festival featuring Smoliv
    • Azurill Hatch Day
    • Mareep Community Day Classic (could be November)
  • November
    • Wooper & Paldean Wooper Community Day

None of these events have been confirmed by Niantic just yet, so take this leak with a pinch of salt. However, this leaker previously revealed many events from May to August correctly, so it is likely this information is also accurate.

Plus, this events leak has also uncovered a few more Paldean Pokemon that will be coming to the game!

Pokemon GO Azurill Jumping

New Paldean Pokemon Arriving in Pokemon GO

The huge leak that revealed many of next season’s Pokemon GO events has also leaked three new upcoming Paldean Pokemon:

  • Tadbulb
  • Smoliv
  • Paldean Wooper

Tadbulb should come to Pokemon GO in the Festival of Lights event, while Smoliv will debut in October’s Harvest Festival.

Finally, Paldean Wooper is coming in the November 2023 Wooper and Paldean Wooper Community Day.

Leaked Paldean Pokemon Coming to Pokemon GO

Of course, even more Pokemon may be making their GO debuts in the next few months too. Plus, we can all look forward to the Pokemon GO release date for Fuecoco, Sprigatito, and Quaxly too!

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