Players at the Pokémon GO Stadium event in Yokohama, Japan were given a shot to fight and catch one just earlier today. Once they do, all the players can go in search for him and that is where this guide will come in handy if players don't want to waste too many Pokeballs trying to catch him. Don't worry, Niantic has got your back. This is a bit like your Legendary Raid, but with a few caveats.
It will be similar to Raid Battles except it will be exclusive and invite-only, appearing at various Gyms worldwide. While you had to be at that event to get your chance to catch Mewtwo, that's going to be changing in the near future.
Pokemon GO looks to evolve the standards of their game over time, including recent improvements to gameplay and additional features through updates. Since raids don't occur late at night, many adults that play have been cramming raid time in immediately after work and are frustrated at the time commitment required when you consider the low odds of actually capturing a legendary.
Pokemon GO is available now for the iOS and Android devices. Getting Mewtwo into the hands of fans as soon as possible may be a great way to change fans' minds. This is meant to provide "ample time to coordinate with other trainers". Players will need to be invited to take part.
Pokemon Go players are one step closer to catching 'em all, with legendary of legendaries, Mewtwo on its way. While his Focus Blast deals massive damage to Tyranitar, the Dark type Pokemon also happens to be the best counter for the boss as others tend to be somewhat squishy and rely a lot on dodging attacks.