Pokémon Go is a highly popular online augmented reality and location-based gaming sensation. The game is the result of a collaboration between Niantic, Nintendo, and the Pokémon company. So it is developed and published by Niantic, along with the other two companies. It was released in 2016. The game could be played on both iOS and Android mobile devices. The game is ideal for people who want to have an adventure. The introduction of Pokémon Go Jessie and James characters have made it even more exciting.
We do not need to roll out statistics and use jargons to prove that it is a gaming sensation- everyone knows it and are crazy about the game. The game has been downloaded over more than 100 million times, making it one of the most played games of all time. To top it all off, it has been named “The Best Mobile Game” by The Game Developers Choice Awards and “Best App of the Year” by TechCrunch.
The game offers the adventure like never before. The coolest part here is that it is free to play. You need an internet connection since it uses your mobile location to locate Pokémons. The game had 150 kinds of Pokémons at the time of its inception. The number has now shot up to a staggering number of 600 Pokémons. Long story short, Pokémon Go has been on a roll.
How to Find Jessie and James in Pokémon Go?
Like Pokémon anime, you can see the duo of Jessie and James in Pokémon Go too. You will have to tap on a floating balloon to encounter Jessie and James. To make sure you see those balloons, keep looking at the zoomed game map. This will help you find those balloons by spotting their shadows. The balloons appear at least four times a day. If you see the shadow, look above your head in-game, and you will likely find the Meowth balloon you were looking for.
Jessie and James were first introduced in June 2020. They returned to Pokémon Go in Dec 2020, and this stay will last two months as they will be gone by the end of Feb 2021. The Niantic Twitter handle officially announced this. During this period, Jessie and James will keep appearing. Their Meowth-shaped balloon will appear instead of the Team Go Rocket Balloon that you generally see in Pokémon Go. Jessie and James have Scyther, Pinsir, Ekans, Grimer, and many other Pokémons in their lineups. You will battle Jessie and James one after another. Thankfully, you can heal during the fights. You can use different types of Pokémons to beat Jessie and James. If you end up winning the battles, you will receive 500 Stardust and a Rocket Radar component for each victory as your reward.