Pokémon Sword and Defend‘s second piece of DLC, The Crown Tundra, is now accessible on the Nintendo Swap.
As beforehand famous, this further content material features a new journey, the possibility to catch legendary pocket monsters from previous generations, new Pokémon, a brand new Galarian Star Match, a brand new solution to battle and far more.
The Crown Tundra is the second space you’ll have the ability to go to along with your Growth Go. See for your self this huge panorama, with its drifts of glittering snow! On this frigid space with jagged, snowy mountains, folks have settled in a small, tight-knit neighborhood.
Early in your adventures right here, a person named Peony will appoint you because the chief of his exploration group within the Crown Tundra. You’ll be tasked with investigating the reaches of this frozen land—together with the depths of a Pokémon Den, one thing you’ve to date been capable of glimpse solely throughout Max Raid Battles!
What’s extra, it appears many Legendary Pokémon make the Crown Tundra their house.
This newest replace will bump your sport as much as model 1.3.0. Listed here are the complete patch notes, courtesy of Nintendo UK:
Ver. 1.3.0 (Launched 23 October 2020)
- Half 2, The Crown Tundra, has been launched as downloadable content material
- Prospects who’ve bought the Pokémon Sword Growth Go or Pokémon Defend Growth Go can now discover The Crown Tundra
- Further Pokémon now seem
- Even in case you have not bought the enlargement move, you’ll find further Pokémon by on-line gameplay.
- Different updates
- Fastened quite a few points in order that gameplay is extra satisfying.
In case you’re enthusiastic about attempting out half two of this DLC, you may have to buy the total Growth Go for £26.99 / $29.99 and still have entry to the bottom sport. If you have not received round to Sword and Defend simply but, you is perhaps within the DLC bundle arriving in shops on sixth November.
For extra details about the Sword and Defend enlargement DLC, try our information. Are you prepared for the Crown Tundra? Inform us down under.