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Pokémon Go Great League Remix Tier List (2023)

If you’ve been playing Pokémon Go Great League Remix lately, you may be wondering which Pokémon are best to use. So take a look at our Pokémon Go Great League Remix tier list – a guide that can offer you some guidance. 

Great League Remix has returned alongside the 13th season of GO Battle League, and the remix part of the title refers to one of the gameplay features, with the top 20 most used Pokémon not being available for those who are Ace rank or higher.

This event takes place between December 1, 2022, and December 8, 2022.  With just 7 days to take part, you should be thinking about which Pokémon to choose, and we can help. If you’re new to Pokémon GO, visit the game’s official Twitter page to keep up to date.

Pokémon Go Great League Remix Tier List (2023)

  • S Tier: Diggersby, Beedrill (Shadow), Gardevoir (Shadow), Machamp (Shadow), Lucario, Trevenant, Sealeo (Shadow)
  • A Tier:  Escavalier, Primeap, Registeel, Drapion (Shadow), Dewgong, Pidgeot, Mantine, Mewtwo (Shadow), Zapdos (Shadow), Lickitung, Ludicolo, Zangoose, Snorlax, Excadrill, Falinks, Blaziken, Wormadam (Trash)
  • B Tier: Nintetales (Shadow), Magneton (Shadow), Dragalge, Cresselia, Regirock, Steelix, Meganium, Phalanx, Whiscash, Lapras, Alolan Raichu, Ariados, Castform (Snowy), Hitmontop, Froslass, Granbull (Shadow), Regice, Hariyama, Gengar
  • C Tier: Charizard, Empolean, Shiftry (Shadow), Forretress (Shadow)Slurpuff, Wigglytuff, Drifblim, Aromatisse, Sirfetch’d, Clefable, Golbat, Forretress, Magmar, Articuno, Heracross, Wailmer, Castform (Rainy), Skuntank, Gallade (Shadow), Greedent, Hu-Oh, Cradily, Toxicroak
  • D Tier: Scizor (Shadow), Gliscor, Uxie, Magmortar (Shadow) Sylveon, Seviper, Togekiss, Golbat, Melmetal, Abomasnow, Poliwrath, Electivire, Gligar, Perrserker, Castform (Sunny), Torkoal

Pokémon Go Great League Remix – S Tier List

The best Pokémon in the game at the moment. They’re the strongest when it comes to their abilities, so we recommend using these Pokemon as soon as possible.

Pokémon Go Great League Remix – A Tier List

Fantastic Pokémon to use, and can be great replacements if you don’t want to use those in the S tier. They can easily help you clear content.

B Tier List

Not the best in terms of strength, but they’re good fillers at the start of the game. 

C Tier List

It’s best to avoid placing these Pokémon, especially if you want to clear content efficiently.

D Tier List

Not worth using at all – avoid completely.

We’re big fans of Pokémon, so we’ve made a couple of other relevant guides. Why not take a look at our Master League tier list or our Pokken Tournament DX tier list? If you’ve been wanting to try something new, have a peek at our Fangs tier list.

About The Game

Pokémon GO is essentially your very own Pokédex in your pocket. Augmented reality technology allows you to capture Pokémon on the go – whether you’re at home, or doing your weekly food shop. Collect your favourite Pokémon wherever you are, and show off your Pokédex to fellow players and friends.

Due to Pokémon GO’s popularity and dedicated playerbase, the Pokémon GO battle league was created. This is a game mode where you can showcase your skills as you rank up and earn special rewards.