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How To Get To Crown Tundra In Pokemon Sword & Shield

How To Get To Crown Tundra In Pokemon Sword & Shield
The Crown Tundra DLC is now live in Pokemon Sword & Pokemon Shield. This guide on How To Get To Crown Tundra In Pokemon Sword & Shield will explain how your each the brand new area available in the DLC, featuring a new zone, new Pokemon, and the return of many Legendary Pokemon.

Much like the Isle of Armor, the Crown Tundra is downloadable content for Pokemon Sword & Pokemon Shield. It’s premium content, which means you must either own the Expansion Pass (unlocking both regions) or you must at least purchase The Crown Tundra individually, if that’s an option in your region on the Nintendo eShop.

How To Get To Crown Tundra In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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If you have purchased and successfully installed The Crown Tundra, you should receive a notification when you load into the game. The notification appears on screen and gives you a Crown Pass. This is the special item you require if you hope to travel to the brand new region.

If you have the Crown Pass simply fly to Wedgehurst, shown on the map above. When you arrive at the Pokemon Center in Wedgehurst, follow the path South and then to the left. You will reach Wedgehurst Station. Head inside. Once inside speak with the man wearing a green suit. He will make a comment if he sees you have the Crown Pass. You can then choose where to travel.

Select The Crown Tundra and then you’re on your way to playing the brand new DLC.

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