Swampert Locations and How to Get All Stars | New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

This is a guide to Swampert's Photodex entry in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Here you can find out how to take one star, two star, three star, and four star photos for Swampert, and how to get a diamond star rating!

Where to Find Swampert

Photodex No. 56
SwampertSwampert
Type 1 Type 2
Pokemon Water Image Pokemon Ground Image

Levels Swampert Appears In

Jungle (Night) Lv. 3 Jungle (Night) Lv. 2
River (Day) Lv. 1 River (Day) Lv. 2
River (Day) Lv. 3 River (Night) Lv. 2

Photodex Entry for Swampert

1★ Photo Example 2★ Photo Example
1 Star Photo 1★ (Nighty night) 2 Star Photo 2★ (That's a hit!)
3★ Photo Example 4★ Photo Example
3 Star Photo 3★ (A bit unusual!) 4 Star Photo 4★ (A bit unusual!)

1~4 ★ Photos taken by the Game8 Walkthrough Team

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How to Get All Stars for Swampert

How to Take Swampert 1 Star Photo

Caption Name Nighty night

A Sleeping Swampert

To take a 1 Star photo of Swampert, go to Jungle (Night) research-level 2 and enter the second alternate path. As you pass through the waterfall, you'll find two sleeping Swampert next to each other. Take a close-up shot of one of them to achieve 1 Star Diamond.

How to Take Swampert 2 Star Photo

Caption Name That's a hit!

Hit by a Fluffruit

Repeat the steps on how to get a 1 Star photo of Swampert. Once you are closer to Swampert, hit it with a Fluffruit. Take a close-up shot of a flinching Swampert to achieve 2 Star Diamond.

How to Take Swampert 3 Star Photo

Caption Name A bit unusual!

A Startled Swampert

For a 3 Star photo of Swampert, follow the steps below.

1 Before taking the first alternate path in the Jungle (Night) course research-level 2, pause the game and go to settings. Use the Burst mode and change it to 6 photos. You'll need this to achieve the 3 Star Diamond pose of Swampert.
2 Hit Leafeon with a Fluffruit - Swampert 3 Star Diamond.jpg
Once you are all set up, continue your research and hit Leafeon with a Fluffruit. This will trigger Leafeon and the Bounsweets to take the alternate path.
3 Play a Melody for Ariados.jpg
While you are entering the tall grass, play a Melody until the Ariados in the trees slide down and startle Leafon and the Bounsweets.
4 Once Leafeon and the Bounsweets started running, focus your camera on the lake and take a photo of Swampert while it is jumping out. Take plenty of photos as this will give you a higher chance of getting a 3 Star Diamond.

How to Take Swampert 4 Star Photo

Caption Name A bit unusual!

Playing with Leafeon

For a 4 Star photo of Swampert, follow the steps on how to get 3 Star. Once Swampert landed and looked at Leafeon, throw an Illumina Orb at it. This will prompt Swampert to splash water on Leafeon. Take a nice photo of them playing in the lake to achieve 4 Star Diamond.

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