The second expansion looks to take place in a snowy mountainous area, while also featuring the new co-op mode where you can team up to tackle Max Raid Battle Dens.
More importantly, there’s a whole wealth of new and old Pokémon being thrown into the mix. So here’s every new and returning monster making its way in The Crown Tundra.
What new Pokémon are in The Crown Tundra?
Calyrex is in The Crown Tundra (Picture: Pokemon Company)
- Type: Psychic/Grass
- Ability: Unnerve
Regieleki is a new Regi form (Picture: Pokemon Company)
- Type: Electric
- Ability: Transistor
- Signature move: Thunder Cage
Thunder Cage causes damage and traps enemies in an electrified cage - doing damage every turn for four or five turns and preventing them from fleeing or being swapped out.
Regidrago shoots a huge dragon beam (Picture: Pokemon Company)
- Type: Dragon
- Ability: Dragon’s Maw
- Signature Move: Dragon Energy
Regidrago’s signature move fires a beam of energy which does more damage if the user has high HP.
Galarian Pokemon in The Crown Tundra
This Pokémon hasn’t been officially revealed yet, although it’ll be earned by giving a Galarian Slowbro (as seen in Isle of Armor) an unknown special item in The Crown Tundra.
A Galarian Articuno (Pokemon Company)
- Type: Psychic/Flying
- Ability: Competitive
- Signature Move: Freezing Glare
A Psychic-type move which fires a beam at opponents and may freeze the target.
Moltres has recieved a dark makeover (Picture: The Pokemon Company)
- Type: Dark/Flying
- Ability: Beserk
- Signature Move: Fiery Wrath
A Dark-type move where Moltres transforms into a fiery aura to attack. It also may flinch the opponent.
The new Zapdos is a fighting type (Picture: The Pokemon Company)
- Type: Fighting/Flying
- Ability: Defiant
- Signature Move: Thunderous Kick
This Fighting-type move overwhelms the opponent before delivering a powerful kick, which also lowers the opponent’s defense.
Returning Pokemon in The Crown Tundra
- Nidoran (female)
- Nidoran (male)
- Tapu Koko
- Tapu Lele
- Tapu Bulu
- Tapu Fini
The Crown Tundra expansion for Pokemon Sword and Shield releases in the fall 2020.