New Pokemon Snap is finally here, and you’re likely among the hordes of 90s kids – and fans of the series in general –who are looking forward to diving into the Lental region and snapping some sweet photos. If you’re here though, you’re probably already playing and up to Elsewhere Forest and are wondering, how to change the seasons in Elsewhere Forest in New Pokemon Snap. Here’s everything we know so far.
How to Change Seasons in Elsewhere Forest in New Pokemon Snap
So here’s what we do know. We do know that Elsewhere Forest has four different seasons that you can go through, and depending on what the conditions are, you’ll be able to see different types of Pokemon and snap some that you didn’t have before.
At the time of this writing, while we do know the seasons can change, we don’t know if you can change them manually. At the moment, it appears that the season changing in Elsewhere Forest is random. When you go in there, you might get the season you want, you might not.
This would be a bit odd if you had no control to change the seasons as compared to everything else in the game, but it’s certainly possible that it’s just up to complete luck. If that’s the case, just keep trying until you get the season that you want.
If we discover a way to change the seasons in Elsewhere Forest in New Pokemon Snap we’ll definitely update this post Likewise, if you discover a way to do it, please let us know in the comments below so we can update this post.
If you liked this guide, or just want more FAQs answered, check out our guide wiki right here, which is filled with other helpful tips and tricks for New Pokemon Snap. Also, give our fully-scored review, written by series veteran and Twinfinite staff writer Rebecca, a read as well, if you’re looking for more of our thoughts on the game itself.
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