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Where To Find Pikachu Early In Pokemon Sword & Shield

Where To Find Pikachu Early In Pokemon Sword & Shield
Pikachu is arguably the most famous Pokemon of the entire bunch. This guide provides tips on Where To Find Pikachu Early In Pokemon Sword & Shield as you are able to get a Pikachu very early on in your adventure, adding a strong and insanely cute Pokemon to your lineup.

For as long as Pokemon has been popular, Pikachu has been popular. Pikachu plays a huge role in the original series, has starring roles in many of the movies and other media, has had entire games based on it, and even had it’s own flare with Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu.

Where To Find Pikachu Early In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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You need to speak with the children at the train station here on the map. It is called the Meetup Spot and is right before you enter the wild zone.

Where to get eevee and pikachu early

Before you are able to get Pikachu to join your squad very early in your adventure, you require Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu data on your device. If you do not have the data or you are playing on a different device, you will not be able to trade for Pikachu. You can also get Eevee here if you have the data. However, there is a silver lining.

Much later in the game you are able to encounter Pikachu as a wild Pokemon, meaning you can catch it. If you cannot get Pikachu at the start of your adventure, check out our guide on where to catch Pikachu to see how much longer you need to wait.

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