A new one Pokemon swords and shields The Dynamax Crystal event has been announced by GameStop. Starting August 14, GameStop customers can scan a code with the Pokemon Pass app to get the SGR 6879 Dynamax Crystal. When used in the game, this Dynamax Crystal will allow players to take part in a Max Raid battle in the Tower Tower Ruins to get a Gigantamax Copperajah. This event offers the same Copperajah that was made available at a similar event held in Europe earlier this summer, so fans who might have felt left out could finally grab a Gigantamax Copperajah of their own, if they have not already caught one!
Copperajah that players get has maximum IV in HP, Assault and Special Assault, but has a Speed IV of 0. Pokemon swords and shields have been easier for casual players to get competitive Pokemon, and this Copperajah should be perfect for players looking to add a strong Steel tip to their team! Copperajah will have Heavy Slam, Curse, Body Press and Play Rough moves.
Copperajah is a new Pokemon introduced in Pokemon swords and shields. Pokemon evolve from Pokemon Cufant. While Pokemon is relatively common in the game, the Gigantamax version is less easy to reach. Dynamax Crystal will allow players to get the Gigantamax version without throwing one down or having to use the recently added Max Supa item Island of Armored Forces expansion.
For those unfamiliar with Pokemon Pass, it is a mobile app that allows users to scan specific codes in stores, resulting in codes that can later be used in games. The app was introduced last year, and its use by the Pokemon Company has been a bit limited. Mostly, Pokemon: Let̵7;s Go players were able to get a Shiny Pikachu or a Shiny Eevee by scanning a code in Target participating locations. Since then, however, the app has not offered anything very significant.
The Copperajah event will run until August 31st. Pokemon swords and shields is available now, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. You can check out all of our previous game coverage right here.
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