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Poke Ball Plus - How To Get A Mew!

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Read this article to learn about the Poke Ball Plus, how to use it, & how to get a Mew in Pokemon Sword and Shield!!!

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What Is The Poke Ball Plus

Bring Your Pokemon With You

Poke Ball Plus

The Poke Ball Plus is a peripheral device which allows you to bring a Pokemon with you wherever you go!

Lights Up And Vibrates!

When you press the button attached to the Poke Ball Plus, you can play with your Pokemon while outside! If you shake the ball, it will vibrate & you can hear the cry of the Pokemon inside!

Use It Alongside Different Games

GameWhat It Does
Pokemon GO-Catch Pokemon without your cellphone!
-Automatically get items when you approach a Pokestop.
Pokemon Let's Go -Put Pokemon in the ball and take them along with you outside
-Use it as a controller.
Pokemon Sword and Shield -Put Pokemon in the ball and take them along with you outside.

How To Get It

The Poke Ball Plus is a peripheral device which is sold separately.

Product NamePoke Ball Plus
Size48mm diameter
Weight65 grams
Cost$49.99 USD
Check Out Poke Ball Official Site!

How To Use The Poke Ball Plus

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Turn The Volume On/Off

If you hold the top and control stick buttons at the same time, you can turn the audio of the Poke Ball on and off. You can check whether it's on or off via the vibrations when you press the button!

Vibrations When Enabling/Disabling Sound

Audio ON 2 Short Vibrations
Audio OFF 1 Long Vibration

The Volume Cannot Be Adjusted

The Poke Ball Plus can only turn audio On or Off. It cannot be raised or lowered!

How To Charge

Poke Ball Plus Charge

If you open the cover behind the ball, you can plug in a cable to charge it! An AC Adapter is not included with the ball, so make sure to have a USB available!

How To Check The Remaining Battery Life

Using a Nintendo Switch

You can check how much battery life is left on your Poke Ball Plus by going to the controller section of the Nintendo Switch Console you've registered the ball to.

Using The Poke Ball Plus

If you set the Poke Ball Plus on Support Mode, you will be able to see the remaining battery life of the device.

What Is Support Mode?

Poke Ball Plus Support Mode

If you hold the top button and control stick button for 5 seconds, you can access Support Mode. You can switch between the different functions of support mode using the top button!

Function 1: Battery Life Check

Poke Ball Plus Battery Life

The light of the Poke Ball will change. You can check the status of your battery according to the color of the light:

ColorRemaining Battery Amount
GreenWell Charged
YellowRunning Low
RedAlmost Depleted

Function 2: Unlink the Poke Ball Plus From A Nintendo Switch

Poke Ball Plus Unlink

In this mode, the light will turn blue. When entering this mode, if you hold the top button and control stick button for 5 seconds, you can de-register a Poke Ball Plus from a Nintendo Switch console. Once the de-registration is completed, the ball will vibrate and the light will go out.

Function 3: Format the Poke Ball

Poke Ball Plus Format

In this mode, the light will turn white. When in this mode, hold the top button and control stick button for 5 seconds to completely format the Poke Ball. All information will be deleted.

Can Be Used To Get Mew

Link Up Your Poke Ball Plus To Pokemon Sword & Shield

The Poke Ball Plus Free Mew

If you buy a new Poke Ball Plus, you will get a free Mew along with it when you sync it to your Pokemon Sword & Shield game!

Only One Mew Per Poke Ball Plus

Be careful, if you've already bought the Poke Ball Plus and used it in a previous game to get Mew, you cannot get it again!

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When You Take Your Pokémon From Your Pokeball To SWSH, You Get Points Based On:
- Walked together
- Played
- Enjoyed playing
- Enjoyed playing very much
- Called out to player
- Replied to a callout
- Worked hard in Pokémon GO
- Helped In Pokémon GO
And You Get Items Based on your score.

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