Can Hisuian Voltorb be shiny in Pokemon Go?
On August 2, 2022, Hisuian Voltorb will be in the spotlight, and you’ll get double Stardust for catching Pokémon. And no, Hisuian Voltorb can’t be shiny Pokemon Go (still).
Voltorb’s Hisuian version can’t be Shiny yet, but his regular Cantonian form can be. We’re not 100% sure when the Shiny version of Hisuian Voltorb will be released as the Hisuian Discoveries event is coming to an end (just after this Spotlight Hour) and the only Hisuian Pokémon to get a Shiny form was Braviary .
Pokemon is about catching them all, and in pokemon go, That means catching every variant, including rare Shiny versions of Pokémon. Every Tuesday in Pokemon Go, players will see a specific Pokémon spawn more frequently during Spotlight Hour, which runs from 6:00 p.m. to 6:59 p.m. local time. Spotlight Hour is your chance to load up Candy, a chance for high CP Pokemon, and if you’re lucky, a Shiny Pokemon.
Will Shiny prices increase during Spotlight Hour?
Based on data collected by Pokémon community The Silph Road, Shiny rates don’t appear to increase during Spotlight hours. However, the sheer number of Pokemon spawning during the hour-long weekly event gives you an improved chance of clicking on a random Shiny. The more Pokemon you click, the more chances you have of catching a Shiny Pokemon.
What can I do to attract more Shiny Pokémon?
Unfortunately not much. It seems to be coincidence. Shiny Pokemon catch rates are set by developer Niantic and typically only increase during special events like Community Days or Safari Zones or in Legendary Raids. There are no consumable items that increase Shiny Pokémon rates.
Where can I find a list of available Shiny Pokémon?
LeekDuck maintains a list of currently available Shiny Pokémon. It’s a helpful visual guide that illustrates what all existing Shiny Pokémon look like.
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