Pokemon Sword & Shield Expansion Pass Bringing New Pokemon, Areas, And More Adventures

Pokemon Sword & Shield Expansion Pass Bringing New Pokemon, Areas, And More Adventures

Pokemon Sword & Shield Expansion Pass Bringing New Pokemon, Areas, And More Adventures

A brand new update hits Pokemon Sword and Shield today bringing with it a chance to get a very special character. Usually, it is centered on new monsters and the latest in Pokemon Sword and Shield news.

Users who decide not to shell out the 29.99 euros needed to purchase the expansions pass of the exclusive Nintendo Switch will be able to console themselves by obtaining all the creatures present in the new game areas that can be explored through the exchange.

As you recruit Pokemon, these trusty teammates will need somewhere to stay, so build camps to house, manage, and strengthen your Pokémon friends. You get to explore the dungeon and find a loot with a single life and try to progress further with every attempt. A few days before The Pokemon Company tweeted they were hosting a direct, sending fans into a frenzy trying to speculate what was going to be showcased.

The Pokemon Company, Nintendo, and developer Spike Chunsoft have announced Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Switch. Well, we have not seen a Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game since Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon for the Nintendo 3DS in 2015. That said, I am excited about the new legendary pokemon that they showed off as well as the new Gigantimax forms.

Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield are available now on the Nintendo Switch. The catch is that you can only transfer Pokemon that are in the Galar region Pokedex.

[Update 01/09/2020]: It has been confirmed Pokemon Home is a paid service, though a price has not been specified. This is the first time Pokemon has done DLC. Filled with lovely nature, you'll find beaches, bogs, forests, caves and dunes. (. really?) As a part of that, you'll gain a new Legendary Fighting-type Pokemon, Kubfu, that can evolve into Urshifu, which has two different styles that appear to be tied to which version of the game you have.

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