The most current Mega Evolved Pokémon, Mega Pidgeot, is at long last accessible in Pokémon Go because of the difficult work the whole network put in to finish 2,000,000 Mega Raids during the main September Mega Event.
The Flying-type is joining the Mega Raid rotation on Sept. 18, which implies players can fight and catch it in strikes temporarily.
The Bird Pokémon isn’t that large of danger in contrast with a portion of the other Mega Evolved Pokémon right now accessible, chiefly in light of the fact that it has an extremely restricted move pool. For Fast Moves, you will possibly need to stress on the off chance that it will have Air Slash or Steel Wing, while the entirety of its Charge Moves is Flying-type attacks.
That implies you should simply bring Electric and Rock-type Pokémon that wouldn’t fret enduring a couple of shots and you ought to have the option to finish off the Mega Raid against even the hardest Pidgeot.
Mega Pidgeot counters
Among the top counters for Mega Pidgeot are Zekrom, Rhyperior, and Magnezone. Each of the three choices opposes the Flying-type’s best moves, and just Rhyperior is hit super adequately by Steel Wing, however, it won’t care due to its high protections.
Zekrom and Magnezone can likewise endure a few shots and will probably hit more earnestly than Rhyperior can, while opposing each move in its arsenal. Magnezone will be your smartest choice in light of how effectively you can prepare one up, and its best move set here would be Charge Beam and Wild Charge.
Another great decision is Alolan Golem, which is an Electric/Rock-type that opposes both Steel and Flying-type alternatives. It won’t hit as vigorously, yet Rock Throw and Wild Charge should see you through the fight effectively enough.
Essentially some other incredible Rock or Electric-type will work well for you, for example, Tyranitar, Electivire, Rampardos, Galarian Darmanitan, Zapdos, Raikou, or even the Ice-type Mamoswine.
When you complete your Mega Raid, you will get an opportunity to catch Mega Pidgeot, alongside increasing some Mega Energy to use for yourself later, regardless of whether it be to Mega Evolve your ongoing catch or another capable Pokémon.