Pokemon Go reveals World of Wonders season with new Ultra Beasts

Nathan Ellingsworth
A Pokemon trainer stands on a hill with a male Nidoran

Niantic has officially named the next season of Pokemon Go, and players can get ready for some new adventures when Pokemon Go World of Wonders launches very soon.

With the latest Pokemon Go event Road to Sinnoh now in the rearview mirror, and the Timeless Travels season also nearly out of time, it’s a great chance to take a look at the future of Pokemon Go, and thankfully, that’s exactly what Niantic is doing.

Developer Niantic today unveiled the first look at the next Pokemon Go Season – titled World of Wonders – and though it was shared alongside a brief teaser video, details are few and far between at the time of writing.

Niantic reveals Pokemon Go World of Wonders as the next season

The official Pokemon Go account has shared a post on X, giving eager players their first look at World of Wonders, and a brief glimpse of what seems to be the return of UItra Wormholes.

Currently, Pokemon Go already has plenty of the rare creatures known as Ultra Beasts, which originally come from the Alola region and Pokemon Sun and Moon.

There are a few Ultra Beasts still yet to arrive in Pokemon Go, so this new season may usher in the arrival of other Pocket Monsters such as Poipole and its evolution Naganadel. Meanwhile, both Stakataka and Blacephalon are still yet to debut in Pokemon Go.

These four remaining Ultra Beasts were added in the sequels Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, so it makes sense that they would be split into different seasons of Pokemon Go.

Currently, no other details are available for the season outside of the already revealed dates, with Pokemon Go World of Wonders set to last from March 1, 2024, until June 1, 2024. Keep your eyes peeled and stick with Dexerto, as when any more details are revealed, we will report them here.

About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer at Dexerto, leading our Pokemon coverage. They got their start with print magazines ranging from Switch Player to lock-on, before writing Nintendo & Pokemon-focused pieces for The Gamer, Nintendo Life, Pocket Tactics, and more. They're obsessed with Shiny-hunting, Pokemon TCG, rhythm games, and RPGs.