A brand new trailer for Pokémon: Sword and Shield’s expansions, The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra, confirmed off some new Legendary Pokémon, Gigantamax varieties, and Galarian types of Pokémon.
While it wasn’t defined within the trailer, a press launch broke down the sorts of names of the Pokémon we noticed.
Gigantamax Venusaur and Blastoise
The different two Kanto starter Pokémon are getting Gigantamax varieties, to match Charizards’. These will seemingly turning into out there in The Isle of Armor, based mostly on the trailer.
Gigantamax Venusaur will get G-Max Vine Lash over its grass-type strikes, which offers injury for 4 extra turns if the opponent isn’t a grass-type. Gigantamax Blastoise will get G-Max Cannonade over water-type strikes, and it offers injury for 4 turns to non-water sorts.
Galarian Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, and Slowbro
Galarian Articuno is psychic/flying, with a signature psychic-type transfer known as Freezing Glare. Galarian Zapdos is preventing/flying, and it’s signature transfer is fighting-type Thunderous Kick. Galarian Moltres is darkish/flying and its signature transfer is Fiery Wrath, a dark-type. These three gained’t seem till The Crown Tundra enlargement releases.
Galarian Slowbro is poison- and psychic-type. The Shellder that bites on Galarian Slowbro’s arm capabilities as a … gun, taking pictures poison out at enemies.
New Legendary Pokémon: Regieleki and Regidrago
These two are fully new Legendary Pokémon to be added to the “Regi” household in The Frozen Tundra. Regieleki is an electric-type with a particular transfer known as Thunder Cage and Regidrago is a dragon-type with a particular transfer known as Dragon Energy. They’re nonetheless a bit mysterious, so we’ll be taught extra about them when the DLC drops.
The Isle of Armor enlargement releases on June 17 and The Frozen Tundra enlargement will launch in fall 2020.
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