Pokemon GO Raids: List of Pokemon & Rewards for February 2023

Here are the current Pokemon GO Raid Battles for September 2022.
Pokemon GO Current Raid Battles

Raid Battles are a cornerstone of Pokemon GO and one of the cooperative elements of the game. Gyms will occasionally replace the Pokemon with a gigantic egg and a countdown. When the countdown hits zero, players can participate in the Raid Battle at the gym, which lasts a total of 45 minutes, assuming the trainer has Raid Pass on hand. Below is a complete list of all the current Pokemon GO Raids for February 2023.

Raid Passes can be acquired once per day at a gym, or trainers can purchase a Premium Raid Pass to use multiple times within one day. Raids can be either public or private, with up to 20 trainers in one raid, and they can vary in difficulty. There are four different types of Raid Battles:

Normal RaidRare RaidMega RaidLegendary Raid
Pokemon GO Rare RaidPokemon GO Rare RaidPokemon GO Legendary Raid
Community DayEliteUltra BeastLegendary Mega

You might be wondering how a Raid Battle works in Pokemon GO. Trainers can bring six Pokemon to the battle. Considering the 20-player limit, that means there could be up to 120 Pokemon going against the Raid Boss. The Raid Boss is much larger than an average Pokemon and has a much higher CP, typically somewhere between 10,000 to 30,000. The combat works like a normal battle, but the team gets five minutes to try and beat the boss.

Pokemon GO Raids (February 2023)

These are the current Pokemon GO Raid Battles for January 17-19, including all of the 1-star to 5-star Raids, Mega Raids, and Mega Legendary Raids.

1-Star Raids (☆)

  • Audino (Normal): 4215 CP
  • Clefairy (Fairy): 3314 CP
  • Dedenne (Electric, Fairy): 5352 CP
  • Dratini (Dragon): 3379 CP
  • Gible (Dragon, Ground): 3387 CP

3-Star Raids (☆☆☆)

  • Dragonite (Dragon, Flying): 24343 CP
  • Druddigon (Dragon): 18606 CP
  • Mawile (Steel, Fairy): 12739 CP
  • Togetic (Fairy, Flying): 12936 CP

5-Star Raids (☆☆☆☆☆)

  • Zekrom (Dragon, Electric): 53394 CP

Mega Raids

  • Mega Salamence (Dragon, Flying): 52992 CP

Pokemon GO Raid Battles FAQ

What are the rewards for Raid Battles in Pokemon GO?

Raid Battles can reward trainers with items like a Golden Razz Berry, Rare Candy, a Pokemon TM, Premier Balls, and 3,000 XP. The experience is rewarded for completion, and the number of Premier Balls depends on how much damage you do to the raid boss, where the baseline is five balls plus bonus balls for extra damage and other factors like who owns the gym, total damage done by a team, and damage done by you. Most importantly, trainers can capture the Raid Boss with a Premier Ball, which will have higher-than-average CP and stats.

What are Remote Raid Battles in Pokemon GO?

Remote Raid Battles were introduced at the start of the pandemic in April 2020, allowing players to participate in Raids without being in the vicinity. Trainers require a Remote Raid Pass, which has some of its own limits. Only five Remote Raid Battle players can be in a single lobby, so a lobby cannot be stacked. Remote Raiders also receive a damage reduction penalty, which can be removed depending on circumstances. To Remote Raid, your trainer needs to either have a Pokemon at a Raid gym location or be able to view the Raid nearby.

What are EX Raid Battles in Pokemon GO?

EX Raid Battles are very rare invite-only raids at a gym you have recently raided. At random times, players will receive an invite and an EX Raid Pass. Trainers can then do the EX Raid Battle in a certain timeframe.

That’s everything you need to know about the Pokemon GO Raids for February 2023. Bookmark this page and check back at the next update. We do our best to always have the most up-to-date raids and information for you!

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