Pokemon Go Fans React to Mysterious New "Nutto" Pokemon

First 8th gen Pokemon leaked via Pokemon GO network traffic

First 8th gen Pokemon leaked via Pokemon GO network traffic

First of all, as glitchy and unusual as the new Pokemon's appearance is, it seems to be intentional, as Pokemon Go developer Niantic's head of marketing has tweeted about it. Some players have also reported that the new monster would turn into Chikorita-the featured Pokemon during September's Community Day-or the aforementioned Kecleon when captured.

While analyzing network traffic, fans were able to uncover the sprite image of the new Pokemon. But there are all sorts of other thoughts and theories too - maybe it's the ghost of another Pokemon?

Nothing is known about the new Pokemon, but this is likely an early look at the core Pokemon RPG due out in 2019.

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The mysterious Pokemon 891 or some call it Nut Pokemon appeared in Pokemon GO is possible one of the Generation 8 Pokemon that Gamefreak has been teasing for Pokemon Let's GO Pikachu and Eevee. However, something rather unusual happened right after the Community Day ended: a odd, never-before-seen Pokemon briefly appeared in the wild. Some believe it was a tease for Kecleon, one of the few "Gen 3" Pokemon that hasn't been added to Pokemon Go. But the ID number for the Pokemon is #891, and to date, there have only been 807 Pokemon introduced in the series through seven generations.

IGN has reached out to Niantic and The Pokemon Company for comment and will update this article with any additional information we receive.

Andrew is IGN's executive editor of news and just hopes he can actually catch a Kecleon soon. You can find him rambling about Persona and cute animals on Twitter.

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