There are quite a few areas to unlock in New Pokemon Snap, but figuring out how to gain access to them can be a challenge. Case in point: Deciphering how to unlock the Sweltering Sands (Night) in New Pokemon Snap can involve a lot of trial and error if you don’t know what’s required beforehand.
Fortunately for you, we’ve discovered what’s needed to add this area to your available routes. Read on to find out how it’s unlocked, what’s found there, and more.
How to Unlock Sweltering Sands (Night) in New Pokemon Snap
The Sweltering Sands (Night) area can be unlocked after reaching Research Level 2 in New Pokemon Snap’s standard Sweltering Sands area.
This is done by taking high-quality photos of the Pokémon that can be found there. For example: A photo of a Pokémon carrying out a specific action, or a photo that offers an ideal view of a rare Pokémon, will be considered higher quality than one of a common or slightly hidden creature.
If you need some help figuring out how to take high-quality photos yourself, we have a more detailed guide you can check out here.
What You Can Find in the Sweltering Sands (Night)
As for what the Sweltering Sands (Night) offers in New Pokemon Snap, it’s about what you’d expect.
Certain Pokémon will only show up in the Night version of areas and courses. For the Sweltering Sands, this includes pocket monsters like Flygon. This might not be the biggest deal if you’re only looking to breeze through the game, but if you’re out to take pictures of every Pokémon available, then gaining access to the creatures in this area will be integral to your goals.
Hopefully this cleared up how to unlock the Sweltering Sands (Night) in New Pokemon Snap. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has tips, tricks, and info that’ll help you unlock plenty of other areas in the game.
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