The Isle of Armor for Nintendo Switch
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The Isle of Armor

Jun 17, 2020
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Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Pokémon Sword and/or Pokémon Shield to play.

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About this game

Developer: Game Freak
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

The first new adventure unlocked by your Expansion Pass will take place on the Isle of Armor, an island of the Galar region. The Isle of Armor is full of environments not seen in Galar before—you’ll find wave-swept beaches, forests, bogs, caves, and sand dunes! There are also plenty of Pokémon that make this island their home, living freely amid the lush nature. The island is home to a dojo for Pokémon battles. You and your Pokémon will train hard to become even stronger under Mustard, the Trainer who is the master of this dojo.

Gamer Reviews

13 Reviews
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Nov 9, 2021


XRay Blaster

XRay Blaster

Jul 27, 2021
7.00
R14

R14

May 14, 2021
7.00
R13

R13

May 12, 2021
7.00
R13

R13

Mar 14, 2021
7.00
Tom Joosten-Alting

Tom Joosten-Alting

Jul 30, 2020
10.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

30 Reviews
6.99
Austin SutherJun 20, 2020
The Isle of Armor is a short adventure on a small stretch of land. But, with new features, the expanded Pokedex, and a beautiful wild area, it's hard not to suggest it for anyone with the base game.
Chris CarterJun 17, 2020
Surprise: Isle of Armor does not completely shake up the Pokemon formula. You're getting a very small narrative and another big interconnected Wild Area: that's pretty much the gist of it. With those expectations in check, you'll have a blast if you've been looking for an excuse to get back into the swing of chilling out with Sword and Shield.
Joshua BroadwellJun 18, 2020
As one half of an even more expanded adventure, though, The Isle of Armor is a well-rounded and satisfying topping to the main games — assuming you like catching new Pokemon, battling, and exploring. And if you don’t, then you’re probably playing the wrong game anyway.

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