According to Serebeii, the next Tera Raid Battle event will introduce the fan-favorite Pokemon Greninja of the Poison Tera Type to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet via a 7-star Raid Battle event. The event will run from January 27 to January 29 and then again from February 10 to February 12. Additionally, the event’s 4 and 5-star Tera Raid Battles will feature Bronzong and Lucario. Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet launched on November 18, and are available now for Nintendo Switch. The game’s 1.2.0 update will reportedly be released in late February.
Serebii Update: The next 7 Star Tera Raid Battle has been fully revealed. Battle against Poison Tera Type Greninja.
Runs from January 27th through January 29th and February 10th through February 12th
— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) January 16, 2023
The game’s details via Nintendo can be seen below:
Journey Through a New, Open-World Pokemon Adventure
Catch, battle, and train Pokemon in the Paldea Region, a vast land filled with lakes, towering peaks, wastelands, small towns, and sprawling cities. Explore a wide-open world at your own pace and traverse land, water, and air by riding on a form-shifting Legendary Pokemon—Koraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Miraidon in Pokemon Violet. Choose either Sprigatito, Fuecoco, or Quaxly to be your first partner Pokemon before setting off on your journey through Paldea.
Choose Your Own Path as You Strive for Champion Rank, Take on Titan Pokemon, and Face Off Against Team Star
There is no set path on your Paldea adventure, so you can weave freely through your Treasure Hunt consisting of three grand stories. Along Victory Road, you will challenge Gyms in different locations and aim to achieve Champion Rank. On the Path of Legends, take on gigantic Titan Pokemon that guard rare ingredients. And in ★ Starfall Street ★, you’ll use the new Auto Battle feature to take on Team Star grunts from your school in order to reach their boss.
Encounter Pokemon that Shine and Glimmer Thanks to the Terastal Phenomenon
Pokemon in the Paldea region have the ability to Terastallize to take on a gemstone-like appearance and gain special power. Each Pokemon has a Tera Type that remains inactive until the Pokemon Terastallizes. For example, most Eevee will have a Normal Tera Type, but some other Eevee have a Water Tera Type! When a Terastallized Pokemon uses a move that matches its Tera Type, the boost to that move’s power will be even greater! Terastallizing holds the key to victory or defeat in battles in the Paldea region.