It's been well over a year since Pokemon Go added new Sinnoh Pokemon. But with more and more players joining the game every day, there's still a need to help new Pokemon Go trainers who might not be clued up on every in-game mechanic. It's not all about the Mega Evolutions, you know! One such Pokemon which might require a bit of extra explanation for new players, is Magnezone.
Trainers may not realise that in order to get this powerful electric pokemon, you require a special lure module to evolve Magneton to Magnezone. Keep reading and we'll explain how to get a Magnetic Lure Module, how it works in-game and how you can ultimately evolve yourself a Magnezone. We explain how to get Glacial Lure, Mossy Lure and Magnetic Lures and how the new Pokémon Go lure Modules work - and most importantly, the new creatures you'll get from doing so.
How To Evolve Magnezone In Pokemon Go
You've bought your Magnetic Lure Module in the shop, you now need to use the lure on a nearby PokeStop.
The lure will attract Electric, Steel and Rock type Pokemon around your PokeStop location for 30 minutes.
However, you need to go into your dex and choose a Magneton who you want to evolve into Magnezone.
If you don't have a Magneton, you'll need to make sure to evolve a Magnemite into one first, at a cost of 25 Magnemite candy.
Assuming you do have a Magneton, it will cost players 100 Magnemite candy to evolve Magneton to Magnezone.
And that's it. You should now have a Magnezone in your Pokedex.
How To Get A Magnetic Lure Module And How Does It Work?
If you want to evolve a Magneton into a Magnezone you will need a magnetic lure module.
Players can buy one from the in-game store for 200 Pokecoins, along with the Glacial Lure and Mossy Lure.
In some instances, these lures can be obtained as rewards for certain quests, however, the easiest way to get one without any fuss is to just buy one.
It's also worth keeping in mind that lures used in-game benefit all local players. So you might want to use one whilst playing with a friend so you can both make the most of it.
Head to our main Pokemon category for all the latest news and detailed step-by-step guides. Otherwise, make sure you're up to date on the current Egg pool, Ditto Disguises and Field Research Tasks, including the current Spinda you can catch in the wild. If you prefer PVE, you might also fancy your chances tackling the Pokemon Team GO Rocket Leaders - but maybe take a look at our guides to help you counter Arlo, Cliff, Sierra, Giovanni as well as Jessie & James. We've also recently learnt about some of the upcoming Pokemon GO January 2021 Events, including the next January 2021 Community Day and a special New Years Eve Event - So there's plenty to look forward too!