Pokémon Go raid schedule for June 2024’s Legendary and Mega Pokemon

Pokémon Go raid schedule for June 2024’s Legendary and Mega Pokemon

If you’re preserving your raid passes (remote or otherwise) in Pokémon Go, you’ll want to know who the big targets in raids will be for the month by using a raid schedule.

The raid targets swap out every 10 days approximately, so you’ll definitely want to keep track on who is coming next.

Raid eggs spawn in gyms every day from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. in your local time. After the timer ticks down, a raid target will appear. You can check the difficulty of a raid while it’s still a egg; five-star raids have five little monster icons, Mega raids have the Mega DNA-like swirl, and shadow raids are at gyms taken over by Team Go Rocket.

Below, we list all the high-value raid targets (Legendary Pokémon, Mega Pokémon, and shadow Legendary Pokémon) in Pokémon Go for June 2024.

Pokémon Go five-star raid schedule for June 2024

The raid schedules are as follows:

  • June 1-10: Zapdos
  • June 10-19: Landorus (Incarnate Forme)
  • June 19-28: Yveltal
  • June 28 until July 8: Ho-Oh

All of these have a chance to be shiny. Remember that any Poké Ball you hit a shiny Legendary with is a guaranteed catch, so make sure to use a Pinap Berry to get some extra candy.

June 2024 will specifically have an Elite Raid day to focus on Mega Rayquaza on June 29, but not too much information is known about it as of writing this.

Pokémon Go Mega raid schedule for June 2024

If you want to nab Mega energy, you can participate in Mega raids. As a reminder, you will get an amount of Mega energy based on how fast you take down the raid and you’ll get an opportunity to catch the featured Pokémon after completing it.

The raid schedule for Megas is as follows:

  • June 1-10: Mega Gyarados
  • June 10-19: Mega Alakazam
  • June 19-28: Mega Charizard Y
  • June 28 until July 8: Mega Tyranitar

All of these can also be shiny!

Pokémon Go Legendary Shadow raid schedule for June 2024

The focus of shadow raids this month will be Raikou. Note shadow raids will only appear during the weekends.

As usual, you should make sure to team up for shadow raids, as they are quite a bit harder to complete. After completing the raid, the Pokémon will also be harder to catch, as they’ll move around much more often. Keep cool and be patient as you chuck out your balls to catch the shadow Legendary.