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Pokemon Let’s Go Master Balls – How to Get More

There’s something different about Pokemon Let’s Go Master Balls. In fact, the difference is right in that sentence. Unlike previous Gen 1 Pokemon games in which the only Master Ball was the one you got in Silph Co.Pokemon Let’s Go provides players with the opportunity to get extra Master Balls. For those who don’t know, the Master Ball allows players to catch a Pokemon without any chance of failure. Considering that there used to be only one, players had to use it wisely; that’s not the case anymore, though. Here’s a guide on how to get more Master Balls in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee.

Pokemon Let’s Go Master Balls – How to Get More

Considering that you can get several Pokemon Let’s Go Master Balls, you can theoretically catch any Pokemon in the game without fail. However, getting extra Pokemon Let’s Go Master Balls is easier said than done.

Basically, there is only one location in Pokemon Let’s Go in which you can find more Master Balls. You can’t buy them in shops, so it’s important to visit this location if you want extra Master Balls. After defeating the Elite Four, you’ll gain access to Cerulean Cave, which is home to the powerful Legendary Pokemon Mewtwo. However, what many people don’t know is that this area is also home to loads of Master Balls.

Cerulean Cave’s second floor has lots of lit-up areas on the floor. Interacting with these areas often reward you with an item. Usually Max Revives, Berries, or Ultra Balls, these areas on occasion will contain Master Balls. Therefore, interacting with them as much as possible will give you a real chance of getting more Master Balls in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. You can also find fossils in Cerulean Cave , if you’re in need of a Kabuto or an Omanyte, so be sure to visit regularly and check all the lit-up, crystalized areas.