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Pokemon Go Catch Limit and PokeStop Limit March 2022

Did you know that Pokemon Go has a daily and weekly catch and PokeStop spin limit? Yes, that’s right, there is a limit of how many Pokemon one can catch per day and how many PokeStops one can spin. Reaching the limit will cause Pokemon to break out and run. As for the PokeStops, you can no longer spin PokeStops.

Unfortunately, this limit indeed exists in our favorite game, and once you reach it, you will no longer be able to catch Pokemon nor spin Pokestops until the day/week ends.

There isn’t any official statement from Niantic or Pokemon Go about this, but some players have decided to test it.

According to some, the daily catch limit is 4,800 catches, and the weekly limit is 14,000 catches. Once you reach these numbers, every Pokemon you try to catch will break out and run.

As for spinning PokeStop, the daily limit is 1,200, while the weekly limit is 7,000 spins. So what happens if you reach the PokeStop spin limit?

Once you reach the PokeStop spin limit, every PokeStop you try to spin will give you an error and you can no longer spin PokeStops. Please have in mind that if you spin 7,000 PokeStops but you don’t hit the daily spin limit, you’re not going to be capped. Only if you reach both the daily and weekly spin limit you’re going to be capped.

Have you reached these limits during your gameplay? Tell us in the comments below.

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Dejan Kacurov

Hi, gamers! You can call me Mr. DComplex. I'm a gamer, a hardcore gamer. My favorite genres are Action RPG and MMORPG. At the moment I'm using my PC as my only gaming platform, but soon I might get a new PS4 from Angel. Update - Angel did get me a PS4, oh wait, it's the PS4 PRO 1TB!!! Much love bro!

2 Comments

  1. Did some maths. I’m not sure on the exacts, but if you were to catch a Pokémon on the first throw, and it was caught on the first “jiggle” (not sure what the official term for that is), it takes about 10 seconds. Assuming you somehow managed to continuously catch Pokémon at the same rate, that’s 48,000 seconds to reach the daily limit. 48,000 seconds is 800 minutes, which is 13 1/3 hours of nonstop Pokémon catching. Obviously not all Pokémon are caught that quick, so I’m sure it would take much longer. Who would possibly reach the daily limit?

    1. Nobody waits for the cuts scenes/animation… but amateurs. You need to Youtube “Pokemon Go quick catch” or what “Spoofing” is.

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