'Pokemon Go': Tricks To Target Eevee Evolution End Form Revealed; Togetic Drains Ultra Balls, Berries
"Pokemon" classic games feature Eevee evolving into many different kinds based on special items, available moves, and level of happiness. However, with the arrival of "Pokemon Go" candies, the evolution schemes have become simpler. Players are not anymore pushed into using the elemental stones just to evolve Eevee into Vaporeon, Flareon, and Jolteon.
"Pokemon Go" Eevee Evolution
When enough Eevees are caught, players need can then perform a new trick. If the choice of Eevee evolution is through the absence of meddling, that is through feeding 25 candies, the evolution will result to any of Jolteon, Vaporeon, Umbreon, Flareon, or Espeon. However, Reddit users have recently revealed that players can now make sure which among the five monsters should come out, Eurogamer reported.
Reddit users have revealed that renaming "Pokemon Go" monster Eevee into Sakura can make sure that the evolution will result to Espeon, the psychic monster, while renaming as Tamao, will evolve into Umbreon, the dark type. Furthermore, when Rainer is used in renaming, Eevee will turn into Vaporeon, the water monster, while Sparky will turn Eevee into Jolteon, the lightning type. Finally, choosing Pyro in the rename will bring forth Flareon, the fire type monster.
"Pokemon Go" Espeon and Umbreon, on the other hand, have confirmed their second evolution methods, which can be achieved by way of the buddy system. Through walking 10km with a timed evolution will make sure that the desired monster is achieved.
"Pokemon Go" Gen 2 iOS, Android Issues
A "Pokemon Go" Gen 2 monster is currently causing issues to Android, iOS gamers. The players are warned that when the monster is caught in the wild, it may drain supplies.
"Pokemon Go" Togetic can now be caught in the wild, although players have reportedly shared that the journey could be struggling. To be sure that the monster is caught before it goes away, iOS and Android players resort to using numerous berries and Ultra Balls. However, since the flying monster is quick to vanish away, players are left with a drained supply.
Most "Pokemon Go" players have now believed that a technical issue in the Pocket Monster's code may have been left unattended, Express reported. Watch Pokemon GO - EEVEE EVOLUTION SECRET! (GET THEM ALL) here: