Pokemon GO Bounsweet Evolution into Tsareena & Steenee

In our Pokemon GO Bounsweet Evolution into Tsareena & Steenee guide, we are going to show you how to evolve Bounsweet into Steenee and Tsareena in the game. The system isn’t complicated, but since the Fruit Pokemon is new, most Trainers might not be aware how it works. That’s what we’re here to explain, so let’s jump into it.

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pokemon go bounsweet evolution into tsareena & steenee
Pokemon GO Bounsweet Evolution into Tsareena & Steenee

How to Evolve Bounsweet into Steenee Pokemon GO

To complete the evolution of Bounsweet into Steenee in Pokemon GO, all you’ll need is twenty-five Bounsweet Candy. This might be easier said than done, at least as far as the Sustainability Week event goes. It will “only” feature Bounsweet in seven-kilometer Eggs, Timed Research, and wild encounters (but only if you’re “lucky,” whatever that means). So, it could be difficult to scrounge together twenty-five Candies. Especially if you want to keep one or two Bounsweet without evolving them for whatever reason. I can’t say much aside from: be sure to make the most of the event and play it to its absolute maximum. Otherwise, it’ll be really difficult to evolve Bounsweet into Steenee. The situation with Tsareena is even worse.

Pokemon GO Steenee Evolution into Tsareena

Now that we know how the evolution of Bounsweet into Steenee works in Pokemon GO, how do you evolve Steenee into Tsareena? Well, you’ll need another hundred Bounsweet Candy. That means you will have to grind a total of a hundred and twenty-five Candies to go from Bounsweet to Tsareena. I guess you’ll have to also use items to get more Candies for every one of the Fruit Pokemon you catch and/or send to professor Willow. At the very least, you might want to stock up on some Pinap Berries and feed them to every Bounsweet you encounter. I wish you the best of luck. At least you don’t have to worry about hunting a shiny Bounsweet, because there isn’t one.

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