Fans of Pokémon are already getting their Christmas gift because of the recent release of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. As usual, this role-playing game was published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company and developed by Gamefreak. You can get this game only on Nintendo Switch.
Get ready to explore this multiplayer game while trying to catch your favorite Pokemon in this role-playing game. One such Pokemon is Eevee, and you can find this Pokemon in several locations such as South and West Province, the Pokemon Center in Cortando, and on the way to Pokemon League.
If you have this Pokemon, you probably know that Eevee has numerous evolutions in this Pokemon game. So this article guide you to know All Eevee Evolutions in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet game.
All Eevee Evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
In this role-playing game, Eevee can evolve into about eight Pokemon. But, before that, ensure you have reached at least the basic levels, or you should utilize a few specific techniques to evolve those Pokemon in this gameplay. In the below section, you will find everything about it.
How to Evolve Eevee into Umbreon
In this role-playing game, this is the most straightforward way to evolve Eevee into Umbreon. All you need to do is build a strong friendship between Eevee and Umbreon. You can check your friendship level by talking to the Lady in Yellow Top, with a Marill beside her, at Cascarrafa City.
Afterward, you can quickly evolve Eevee into Umbreon at nighttime. You must ensure that you do not have any Fairy type Move on your Eeevee. Eevee can evolve into Umbreon at any level after 20.
How to Evolve Eevee into Sylveon
To evolve Eevee into Sylveon, You have to follow the below steps.
- First, you have to level up your friendship with Eevee, and you can achieve this by walking with it during your party time, helping to wash it during your picnics, offering Soothe Bell to it, and utilizing the Let’s Go mode to send them to auto-battle.
- Remember to level up your Eevee’s level by at least 20.
- Finally, ensure that you are holding the Fairy Move; if you don’t have one, try to unlock it in Baby Doll Eyes at level 15.
If your Eevee has crossed all those requirements, it’s time to evolve your Eevee into Sylveon at any time you want.
How to Evolve Eevee into Espeon
Evolving Eevee into Espeon is much simpler than Sylveon. All you need to do is level up your friendship with Espeon and ensure you are crossed at least level 20, and your Eevee will upgrade to Espeon during the daytime. But, remember that you don’t need to hold the Fairy move here.
How to Evolve Eevee into Vaporeon
To evolve Eevee into Vaporeon, you require a Water Stone. You can get this by purchasing this Stone from Delibird Presents Stores using 3000 PokeDollars after defeating three Gym Leaders.
You can also get this Stone for free while exploring the Paldea Region. Here, you will find sparkling glimmers in the ground of the Paldea’s beaches to collect your water stone. However, getting the Water Stone in this way may be more complex.
Once you have collected your Stone, open your bag and choose another item selection; now, pick the Water Stone and click your Eevee to evolve into Vaporoen.
How to Evolve Eevee into Jolteon
To evolve Eevee into Jolteon, you require a Thunder Stone. You can get this by purchasing this Stone from Delibird Presents Stores using 3000 Poke Dollars after slaying three Gym Leaders.
If you want to avoid purchasing this Stone, make your way to the Paldea Region; after that, jump to the top of the Wind Turbines to find your Thunder Stone.
Once you have collected your Stone, open your bag and pick another item selection; now pick the Thunder Stone and click your Eevee to evolve into Jolteon in this gameplay.
How to Evolve Eevee into Flareon
Get ready to evolve into Flareon by using a Fire Stone in this role-playing. You can purchase from Delibird Presents Stores using your 3000 PokeDollars after beating those three Gym Leaders with your unique power.
However, you can also get this Stone for free while exploring the Paldea region, especially driving around the ruins found in the deserts to the east of Zapapico. But that’s not an assured location, so make your way to East Province in this region to get your Fire Stone.
After you have obtained your Stone, open your bag and pick another item selection; now, select the Fire Stone and click your Eevee to evolve into Flareon in this gameplay.
How to Evolve Eevee into Leafeon
Get ready to evolve into Leafeon by using a Leaf Stone in this role-playing. You can purchase from Delibird Presents Stores using your 3000 PokeDollars after beating those three Gym Leaders with your unique power.
Yet, you can also get this Stone for free from the Paldea region; here, make your way to the Tag tree Thicket close to the Attius, and get your Leaf Stone.
After you have obtained your Stone, open your bag and pick another item selection; now, select the Leaf Stone and click your Eevee to evolve into Leafeon in this gameplay.
How to Evolve Eevee into Glaceon
Final Eeveelutions will be the Glaceon; to evolve this, ensure you have Ice Stone. Remember that Ice Stone won’t be available for sale after defeating those three Gym Leaders.
So, exploring the Glaseado Mountains’ ground in the Paldea region would be best to collect your Ice Stone or try to win a random match from Tera Raid.
After you have acquired your Stone, open your bag and pick another item selection; now, choose the Ice Stone and click the evolve button to activate into Glaceon in this gameplay.
Here’s hoping you get clear view evolution of Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. What are your favorite Eeveelutions in this gameplay?
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That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on November 28, 2022
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