Although the announcement of Pokémon Quest was a small surprise that fans did not expect, this new free game still allows you to live a new experience in the world of Pokémon. Reintroducing the first 151 creatures of the eponymous saga, the game is distinguished by its cubic graphics and its automatic gameplay. If the majority of the game is easy to understand, including recipes to attract wild Pokemon, there was still a mystery to elucidate in the form of Eeveelutions.
In main series games like Red Pokémon, players simply had to use one of the three special stones; Thunder Stone, Water Stone and Fire Stone to obtain Jolteon, Vaporeon and Flareon respectively. And at the time of the release of the now famous Pokémon GO, the question of the evolution was then posed: how to control the evolution of Eevee knowing that the game did not the evolution stones? In the end, the technique was quite special: it was necessary to rename Eevee according to a specific name.
Evolve Eevee to Jolteon, Flareon, Vaporeon in Pokemon Quest
And for Pokémon Quest then? Should we use a stone? Should we rename the Pokémon? Well no because the method is new! If you want to control the evolution of your Evoli, here is how to do it:
To get a Flareon, you will have to evolve your Eevee by equipping it with more Attack stones.
To obtain a Vaporeon, you will have to evolve your Eevee by equipping it with more Health stones.
To get a Jolteon, you will have to evolve your Eevee without having stones on it, or with an equal number of Attack and Health stones.
Note that Eevee will evolve at level 36 if you have not equipped it with an Everstone. Try to prepare your stones palette BEFORE it reaches this stage.