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Pokemon Sword and Shield: Shiny Delibird Event

If you have been wondering about Christmas-holiday-themed changes happening in the Nintendo Switch games like Shiny Delibird, this is the perfect place to find out. A new event is going to be happening soon in Pokemon Sword and Shield to celebrate your holidays in a more joyous way. To celebrate the holidays with more fun, the Shiny Delibird are going to have a lot of Christmas-themed Pokemons soon. If you have the game on your Nintendo Switch, get ready to discover new Christmas-themed Pokemons this December. 

You will come across Deliird, Starmie, and Cryogonal in Max Raid dens in the Wild Area, Isle of Armour, and Crown Tundra, throughout the happening event of Pokemon Sword and Shield: Shiny Delibird Event. There are slim chances of finding a Shiny Delibird in the five-star raids; even though slim, but at least there are some. The tip to increasing your chances of finding one is to be persistent in checking raids often, and you might catch one soon. 

Pokemon Sword and Shield’s holiday event runs until 3:59 p.m. PT / 6:59 p.m. ET on December 26.

You will definitely get to see at least some of the Christmas holiday-inspired pokemon, but in order to make sure you do, you need to refresh your Max Raid dens. And here are two ways how you can do so: 

  1. either by connecting the Y-Comm online 
  2. by opening the Mystery Gift menu and selecting Get the Wild Area news.

And a friendly reminder, after the Sword and Shield Holiday event ends, it will be time for Pokemon Legends: Arceus’s release. 

We shared in one of our previous posts regarding the new trailer for the Pokemon Legends: Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl players will also get an extra bonus in the upcoming game: a special research quest to catch the mythical Pokemon Darkrai.

Mohammad Ibrahim
Ibrahim is a passionate writer and tech-savvy. His craving for the latest tech releases and news, combined with a charm to put sentences together, strives for more than just viewer engagement.

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