Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket Balloons Spawn Rate 2023

In our Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket Balloons Spawn Rate 2023 guide, we are going to explain how the spawn frequency of the balloons works. First, we’ll talk about how often these things appear normally and how long you have to win the fight. Then, we’ll talk about an upcoming event that should increase spawn rate. Let’s dive straight in, shall we?

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pokemon go team go rocket balloons spawn rate 2023
Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket Balloons Spawn Rate 2023

Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket Balloons Spawn Frequency

The normal spawn rate or spawn frequency of the Team GO Rocket Balloons in Pokemon GO is one every six hours. So, that’s four that you can encounter. The first one can appear in the window between 12 AM to 5:59 AM local time, the second between 6 AM and 11:59 AM, the third between 12 PM and 5:59 PM, the fourth between 6 PM and 11:59 PM. Basically, all you have to do is log into the game within the window of time, and the balloon will spawn nearby. You then have twenty minutes to bring it down. If you fail, it will fly away, and you have to wait for the next spawn window. Problem is, who would want to get up in the middle of the night to fight a video game balloon?

Luckily for you, there are events that sometimes increase the spawn frequency or rate of the Pokemon GO Team GO Rocket Balloons. Such is the case with the upcoming Noxious Swamp event, which will take place from August 19th at 10 AM local time to August 22nd at 8 PM local time. Now, the post announcing the details does not mention how often the balloons are going to appear, but usually, the rate increases from every six to every three hours. That means eight instead of four potential battles. While you might miss out on a few more spawns during the night, you’ll have way more opportunities to fight the balloons during the day. Good luck!

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