Pokemon GO Cosmog Evolution into Cosmoem

In our Pokemon GO Cosmog Evolution into Cosmoem guide, we are going to explain how to evolve Cosmog into Cosmoem in this game. For a while now, you could only have Cosmog, but Niantic has now added the first step in its evolution. So, let’s see how the process works, shall we? It’s really remarkably simple.

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Pokemon GO Cosmog Evolution into Cosmoem

How to Evolve Cosmog into Cosmoem in Pokemon GO

In order to evolve Cosmog into Cosmoem in Pokemon GO, all you need to do is collect twenty-five Cosmog Candy and go through the evolution. That’s it. From there, just evolve it as you would any other Pokemon. Just in case you need a refresher: tap the Poke Ball at the bottom of the game’s main screen. Next, select Pokemon to access your storage. Find Cosmog in there (the search bar should prove very helpful) and tap it. Slide the “Evolve” slider to the right, and you’re done. If you only see the “Power Up” slider, close the application fully and the restart. That should be enough to fix the problem. You might run into the bug because Cosmoem has only just arrived to the game in the Evolving Stars event.

And there you have it, that’s how the evolution from Cosmog into Cosmoem works in Pokemon GO. Again, you couldn’t do this before October 5th, so that’s why a lot of people still don’t know how to do it. Speaking of, the further evolutions are still not available, and we don’t know when they will be. So, no Soleago or Lunala just yet. That said, the devs are planning some kind of Cosmic Companion Special Research for late November, so keep an eye out for that. Also, the post we’ve linked above does say that you should feel free to evolve your only Cosmog because “rumor has it that Trainers will have the opportunity to encounter additional Cosmog in the distant future.” We’ll be sure to keep you posted, so stay tuned.

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