Pokémon Sword & Shield Isle Of Armor Expansion Hits June 17

When the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass had been revealed earlier this yr, Game Freak promised to inject two story-based adventures in new areas of the Pokémon world, in addition to new and returning Pokémon, into Sword & Shield. While we have not acquired a lot information since, in the present day, we received a brand new trailer that offers us a refreshed take a look at the 2 expansions which are due this yr. 

The Isle of Armor sees you venturing to an island to check at a prestigious Pokémon coach college underneath the apprenticeship of former Galar-region champion Mustard. The Crown Tundra casts your coach within the position of expedition chief as you enterprise by way of the snowy panorama and delve deep right into a Pokémon Dens to battle myriad Legendary Pokémon from previous video games, together with Galarian types of the Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. 

In addition to seeing a number of returning Pokémon roaming the inexperienced pastures and desert expanses of the Isle of Armor, we additionally received a take a look at Galarian Slowbro and lots of the new characters we’ll be encountering, together with Klara, Avery, and Mustard. The trailer under additionally provides us glimpses of Gigantamax Venusaur and Blastoise, in addition to new Legendary Pokémon like Kubfu (and its developed Urshifu types) and Calyrex.

Check out the brand new trailer for the Pokémon Sword & Shield expansions under.

Pokémon Sword & Shield: The Isle of Armor is ready to launch on June 17, whereas Pokémon Sword & Shield: The Crown Tundra is scheduled for a fall launch. For extra on these two expansions, take a look at an in-depth preview from earlier this yr. For extra on Pokémon Sword & Shield, head to our assessment.

[Source: The Official Pokémon YouTube Channel]

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