Nintendo has finally revealed more about the next Pokemon Sword and Shield expansion, Crown Tundra.
After months of silence, Nintendo has hinted at an imminent release date for the second Sword and Shield DLC.
That’s based on the description from the latest gameplay trailer, which says that the Crown Tundra DLC is coming soon to Nintendo Switch.
“The wild adventure continues….” reads the official description.
“Lead an expedition in the snow-swept realm of the Crown Tundra and unravel the mystery of the Legendary Pokémon Calyrex who once ruled over it. Coming soon.”
As you can see from the gameplay trailer below, Crown Tundra takes place among the ice and snow.
Players will also be able to explore ancient ruins, and battle wild Pokemon in frozen forests.
The gameplay trailer also gives fans a look at some of the transportation options available to players.
Check out the trailer below for a closer look at the new Pokemon Sword and Shield DLC.
The second Sword and Shield DLC currently has an autumn release window.
“Lead an expedition in the snow-swept realm of the Crown Tundra and unravel the mystery of the Legendary Pokemon Calyrex who once ruled over it,” reads the official description.
“Through a new form of co-op play, your voyage will even allow you to explore deep within Pokemon Dens, which you could only previously get a glimpse of during Max Raid Battles.
“You may even see Legendary Pokemon from past games Dynamaxing before your eyes, and you’ll be able to catch them!”
Crown Tundra follows on from the Isle of Armor DLC, which takes place in a location made up of beaches, bogs, forests, caves and dunes.
“Take up an apprenticeship under the former Galar Champion, Mustard, who’s also the mentor of Champion Leon!” Nintendo explains.
“Meet new rivals, hone your skills and master new fighting styles with the Legendary Pokemon: Kubfu.
“You’ll also be able to Gigantamax the final Evolution of the partner Pokemon you chose to start your journey with. Look forward to discovering Rillaboom, Cinderace or Inteleon in their new form, and a new G-Max Move to boot!”
Published at Tue, 15 Sep 2020 17:44:41 +0000