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'Pokemon GO' Guide: Strategy to Win Legendary Battle Raid and How to Catch Mewtwo

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The much-awaited arrival of Mewtwo in 'Pokemon GO' has finally happened. And the only way to catch it is if players win the Legendary Battle Raid. And as expected, it's not going to be an easy win. However, the efforts will be all worth it as players can catch Mewtwo should they become victors of the raid. So in this guide, players can learn a strategy how to win it and to successfully catch Mewtwo.

How to Get Invite and Win Legendary Battle Raid in 'Pokemon GO'?

Players that have tried Legendary Battle Raids before, know this task is very challenging. The only difference in a Mewtwo raid is that it's an "invite only" raid. According to Niantic, the only way to get an invitation is to participate in exclusive raid battles. Upon completion, players will get an invitation when the legendary battle raid will happen according to Gamespot.

Strategy to Win Mewtwo Legendary Battles

It is important to remember that Mewtwo has a double weakness against ghost, dark and bug type Pokemon. For that reason, it would be very advantageous for the player to use their strongest Pokemon in the said types. This includes Tyranitar, Gyarados and Houndoom, Scizor, Heragross, Umbreon,  and Gengar. Unfortunately, using Lugia in the ring will not do any help. The mystical bird, although legendary, is a psychic and a fighting Pokemon so its attack isn't as effective as other Pokemon according to Game Rant.

How to Catch Mewtwo in 'Pokemon GO'?

As soon as Mewtwo is defeated, make sure you throw golden berries before trying to catch it. Of course, players should use a premier ball in catching it. if you did good damage during the battle, that should earn the player free balls which can help as you attempt to catch Mewtwo. The secret in catching Mewtwo is to observe his attacks and wait for the perfect time to throw the premier ball. Don't forget to use the curveball technique as its the most effective strategy to catch it.

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