Isle Of Armor: New Pokemon List, High Encounter Rates And Common Wild Pokemon In The Pokemon Sword And Shield DLC
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Isle Of Armor: New Pokemon List, High Encounter Rates And Common Wild Pokemon In The Pokemon Sword And Shield DLC

Chris Trout
11 May 2020

Familiar faces are arriving in the Isle of Armor, but which Pokemon will appear more frequently?

With Isle of Armor set to release in June, there's been a scarce amount of detail on what we can expect to see.

Fortunately, a few clues have been shared with the community and we've been looking closely at the type of Pokemon you can encounter.

There are a number of new Pokemon being added to the expansion pass, but who will make the cut in part one is a big question.

Luckily, we've been able to deduce who will be reoccurring encounters, in the wild, during your adventure.

Isle Of Armor New Pokemon List

If you weren't paying close attention to the artwork that was shared from the Isle of Armor announcement, there are a number of Pokemon that can be seen.

Here's a list of all of the Pokemon in the artwork:

  • Kingdra (bottom left in the water)
  • Slowpoke (spread along the bottom of the picture in water, on rocks and the centre island)
  • Wailord (in the back seas, to the left of the tower)
  • Talonflame (flying in the air in the top right)
  • Psyduck (standing in the cave)
  • Golduck (standing in the cave)
  • Magnezone (flying to the left of the tower in the mountains)
  • Chansey (on the cliff edge below and to the right of Talonflame)
  • Happiny (standing next to Chansey)
  • Dedenne (on the cliff below Chansey and Happiny)
  • Larvesta (on the cliff, above the left of the arch, to the left of the long bush
  • Rockruff (on the cliff below the left tower, to the left of the bush)
  • Zorua (fighting Rockruff)

It must be assumed that these Pokemon (and their evolution chains) will have much higher encounter rates than other Pokemon planned for this DLC.

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