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How To Evolve Porygon In Sword & Shield Isle Of Armor

After you find Porygon you need an Upgrade item and Dubious Disc item. This guide on How To Evolve Porygon In Sword & Shield Isle Of Armor will tell you everything you need to know to evolve Porygon into Porygon2 and Porygon2 into PorygonZ.

Porygon is available after you complete the main story in Isle of Armor, if you need more details, check out our guide on where to find Porygon. Once you have obtained your own Porygon, you’re going to need two things. A friend to trade with and two unique items called Upgrade and Dubious Disc.

How To Evolve Porygon In Sword & Shield Isle Of Armor

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Firstly you need to find the two items. The first item, Upgrade, can be found in the Training Lowlands Region near Digger Pa. The other is on an island at the very Southern edge of the map. You need to have Porygon hold Upgrade and then trade it to a friend. Then, once you get it back, give it the Dubious Disc and then trade it again. That will cause Porygon to evolve to Porygon2 and then PorygonZ.

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Where To Find Upgrade Map
In the Training Lowlands Region. It’s located near Digger Pa, at the cave entrance. Simply head through the nearby long grass and you will find the upgrade item sitting in a Poke Ball next to the rocks.
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Where To Find Dubious Disc
This one is directly South East of the station on the Isle of Armor. There is a very small island, right on the South edge of the map. Head to that island, there is an item on the island. The item is the Dubious Disc.
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Once you have both items and trade with a friend, Porygon will evolve twice and you will get both Porygon2 and PorygonZ into your Pokedex.

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