Pokemon Go was one of the most played games of 2016, when 500 million users downloaded the game. Pokemon is famous for its quirky evolutions that adds a fresh touch to the game. This evolution has been observed in Pokemon GO as well when earlier this month, Inkay and its evolution Malamar were introduced. However, due to some bugs some players were unable to experience the evolution, causing Niantic to announce an upcoming fix.
How to Get Evolved Inkay?
As series veterans will know, evolving Inkay involves levelling up the Pokémon and flipping your console upside down; the gyro tech inside the console recognises the system’s new placement, allowing the evolution to take place.
This trick has been in place ever since Inkay’s debut in Pokémon X and Y, and Pokémon GO has opted for the same method. All you have to do is get 50 Inkay Candy then flip your phone upside down to allow the option to appear.
Pokemon Go Fix
The problem here is that not all Pokémon GO players have a smartphone with a gyroscope built-in, leaving them unable to complete the evolution. Niantic says that it’s aware of the issue and will be fixing the problem in an upcoming update.