Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon Strategy Guide

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms
    Nintendo 3DS
  • Genre
    Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    23 December 2017
  • Last Updated
    6 April 2018
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau, Cassie Sun

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Ultra Warp Ride

Ultra Warp Ride

Ultra Beasts

Now you can find the Ultra Beasts in their natural habitat!

As mentioned earlier, you will sometimes find Ultra Wormholes that are pure white . This is special, because it is guaranteed to lead to an Ultra Beast. All the Ultra Beasts you can find through Ultra Warp Ride are the Ultra Beasts featured in Sun & Moon, and even better, you can catch an infinite number of them.

The Ultra Beast you will find inside is random, with some being more common than others. The following table will help you know immediately what you will get when you step into a white wormhole, and what to expect if you are hunting down a specific Ultra Beast.

Ultra Beast Location Rarity
Nihilego Ultra Deep Sea Common
Buzzwole Ultra Jungle Common [Ultra Sun]
Pherosma Ultra Desert Common [Ultra Moon]
Xurkitree Ultra Plant Uncommon
Kartana Ultra Forest Uncommon [Ultra Sun]
Celesteela Ultra Crater Uncommon [Ultra Moon]
Guzzlord Ultra Ruin Rare

Guzzlord is the rarest of the Ultra Beasts, and any Ultra Beasts that were exclusive in Sun & Moon remain exclusive to Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon. As an interesting bit of trivia, Nihilego’s Ultra Deep Sea is the same place as the Ultra Space featured in Sun & Moon.

All of the Ultra Beasts are no longer shiny locked. Once you enter the wormhole, save in front of them and you can soft reset until you get a shiny.