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Pokémon GO: Guide to Team Go Rocket Hot Air Balloons

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2020-07-14 13:19:22


The action in Pokémon GO does not stop so today we are going to explain the Team Go Rocket Guide to hot air balloons.

What should you know about Team Go Rocket hot air balloons at Pokémon GO?


It is about having a greater number of players access, so these characteristics that are part of the Niantic event have arrived since July 7, 2020, where the leaders and even Giovanni himself through the hot air balloons will come after we directly and without our dependence on the pokeparadas that are controlled by Team Rocket, now we will have more details in the following Guide to hot air balloons of Team Go Rocket, let's pay close attention.
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    Guide to Team Go Rocket's hot air balloons at Pokémon GO


    Regardless of whether we have radar or not, we must bear in mind that the balloons are represented by a member of Team GO Rocket and these are the following:

     

    •  If we do not have radar we will meet a standard member who is a specialist in any type of Pokemon.
    • If we have the radar we are going to get one of the bosses, being these Cliff, Arlo or Sierra
    • If we have the Super radar our confrontation will be with the main leader.

     

     During a certain time we will be able to fight against 4 balloons per day and to start a combat we only have to press on the balloon that we want and these are distributed in terms of time as follows:

     

    • 00h00 to 5h59 for the first
    • 6:00 to 11:59 for the second
    • 12:00 pm. at 5:59 p.m. for the third
    • 6 p.m. at 11.59 p.m for the room

     In conclusion, having the knowledge of this Guide to the Team Go Rocket hot air balloons, allows us to develop properly and have fun in Pokémon GO.




    Platform(s):
    iOS, Android
    Genre(s):
    Augmented reality, location-based game
    Publisher(s):
    Niantic, The Pokémon Company
    Engine:
    Unity
    Release date:
    July 6, 2016
    Mode:
    Multijugador
    age rating (PEGI):
    3+
    Official Website:




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