Since the beginning of its existence, several hundred Pokemon have already been added to the world of Pokemon Go, and due to the popularity of this game, their number only continues to grow. Because of this, all Pokémon are hunted furiously to get each of them in player collections. Among the huge abundance, some are easy to catch, and some are almost impossible to get. In this article, we will tell you about how to get the Pokemon Swampert.
How to Get Swampert in Pokémon Go
Swampert is the latest evolution of the little Pokémon Mudkip. This Pokémon is probably one of the strongest Water-type Pokémon and it would be a great honor to get this Pokémon into your collection.
It’s worth noting that Swampert is a starter Pokémon in the Hoenn region, which means it’s not that hard to catch him. However, there are some tips to help you with this.
Tips for Getting a Swampert:
- The first and most important tip is to use PokéStop baits and incense while walking. This will help you attract a lot of Pokémon, including Swampert.
- To catch it, you should be in places where it appears most often, namely in dark green zones: rivers, oceans, lakes, parks.
- When you meet this Pokémon, it will most likely not be easy to catch, so use treats, as well as great balls and ultra-balls, to increase your chances of success.
- If you still can’t find this Pokemon, then you should choose a longer, but more reliable way to get Swampert. You need to capture Mudkip and evolve it to Swampert. Catching this Pokemon is not difficult, as starter Pokemon appear quite often, especially in their habitats. Mudkip can also be obtained from a 5-kilometer egg.
- If you chose to get it through evolution, then you will need a lot of Mudkip candies. To get them as quickly as possible, we advise you to use Pinap Berries during the capture of Mudkip to get twice as many candies. Also, take Mudkip with your travel companion, and every 3 kilometers you will receive 1 candy.
It may seem like getting a Swampert is a very long and complicated process, but, if you follow the instructions, you should have no trouble adding this strong Water-type to your collection of Pokémon.