The Crown Tundra launches this week, but it's never too late for a leak.
This comes from a Twitter account known as "CentroLeaks" which revealed new legendaries, variations of the older legendaries, and even an idea on how long the expansion will take to beat.
Of course, take this all with a pinch of salt, but also note that the leaks come from datamining the Pokemon Home app – meaning there's every chance these are spoilers.
Pokemon Crown Tundra Leaks
New Legendary Pokemon
According to the leak, there will be two new horse legendary Pokemon, one Ghost-type (Spectrier) and one Ice-type (Glastrier).
Interestingly, they'll apparently fuse with Calyrex.
It also looks like you'll choose one, like you had to pick and Urshifu variation in Isle of Armor.
Check out some fun tidbits about each below.
#896: Glastrier— Centro Pokémon LEAKS (@CentroLeaks) October 20, 2020
Wild Horse Pokémon
⚔️ Glastrier emits intense cold from its hooves. It's also a belligerent Pokémon—anything it wants, it takes by force.
🛡️ Glastrier has tremendous physical strength, and the mask of ice covering its face is 100 times harder than diamond.
#897: Spectrier (レイスポス)— Centro Pokémon LEAKS (@CentroLeaks) October 20, 2020
Wild Horse Pokémon
⚔️ It probes its surroundings with all its senses save one—it doesn't use its sense of sight. Spectrier's kicks are said to separate soul from body.
Shiny Legendary Variants
As a big Gen 1 fan, these shiny versions of Zapdos, Articuno and Moltres look great.
How Long Is The Expansion?
According to the leaks, the campaign will last players about four hours.
That may not seem a lot, but it sounds as though you'll unlock Legendary Pokemon encounters after the main story has ended as part of a wider post-game.
For more on Pokemon Sword and Shield, be sure to check out why Legendary Pokemon will have a 100% catch rate in the Crown Tundra.
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