In "Pokemon GO," Pokeball are help players catch and raise various Pokemon. They are necessary in exchange for candy after releasing them or to get more Pokemon. In the beginning of the game, players will have regular Pokeballs while they can unlock more powerful Pokeballs later on. However, Game Rant noted that players should monitor their bag before releasing Pokeballs.
Good thing, there are various ways to keep stocks of Pokeballs. In this guide, you will learn how to get more Pokemon balls for free.
'Pokemon GO': How to Get More Pokeballs
Pokeballs and their upgraded versions are highly significant in "Pokemon GO." We have listed different ways to discover more Pokeballs.
PokeStops and Gyms
Spinning PokeStops and Gyms is the most reliable way to acquire Pokeballs and other items. Passing by or stopping at these locations while playing will reward players with Pokeballs and other helpful items.
This means that visiting more PokeStops will give start to collect quite the hoard of items. However, players should look for new PokeStop or Gym to spin; otherwise, it will no longer give items to the player.
The Daily Free Box gives away Pokeballs, so players can claim the free goodie box once daily from the Pokemon GO's in-game store.
Aside from a couple of Pokeballs, the Daily Free Box usually gives out a potion and even a Great Ball. This will suit players who are running low or just want to more to their inventory.
Aside from the Daily Free Box, layers can also buy Pokeballs from the in-game store using Pokecoins. The Pokeballs come in packs of 20 Pokeballs for 100 Pokecoins, 100 Pokeballs for 460 Pokecoins, or 200 Pokeballs for 800 Pokecoins. Meanwhile, there are also special boxes that contain different Pokeballs.
Players are required to go through different Pokemon GO research tasks. While some of these tasks are only available during certain events, they can only be availed for a limited time, hence, called timed research tasks.
Meanwhile, there are special research tasks that are always available while singular tasks received from spinning PokeStops are called field research tasks. Each task gives out rewards after completing them, including Pokeballs.
Meanwhile, field research tasks are the easiest to complete since with players only need to spin in different PokeStop, which can be the best way to fill up players' bags with Pokeballs.
"Pokemon GO" keeps track of the distance how players walk in each week. Those who walked a certain number of kilometers each week will get rewarded.
Players who walked five kilometers after a week will get 20 Pokeballs after the weekly progress resets. When they reached 25 kilometers, get players will get 20 Pokeballs, 10 Great Balls as well as either a Rare Candy, a 5 km egg, or 500 Stardust. Finally, those who walked 50 km within one week will be rewarded with 20 Pokeballs, 10 Great Balls as well as either a 5 km egg or a 10 km egg, 3 Rare Candies, or 1,500 Stardust.
"Pokemon GO" is available on iOS and Android devices.
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Written by CJ Robles