Like every mainline Pokemon game, once players catch all of the Pocket Monsters, beat all of the gym leaders, and complete the end-game challenges, there comes a point when there's just not much to do in the game anymore. Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield allow trainers to explore an entirely brand-new region with new monsters to catch, and experiencing the game from the beginning after beating it can prove to be exciting for some people. Being able to pick a new starter Pokemon and have a new team of critters for your second journey through the Galar region can be a great option for a fresh playthrough.
To have a new file in Pokemon Sword and Shield, players will need to erase their saved file to be able to restart the adventure from the beginning. Previous Pokemon titles would typically have a set of buttons to press on the main menu to delete the file, but that's because they were on handheld systems, such as the DS, that didn't store save data on the device itself --it was all in the game cartridge.
To restart the save file, Switch owners will need to go into the system settings of the Switch menu. By pressing on the Data Management option, and then the Save Data section, players will find the save data for Sword and Shield. Now, all they have to do is delete the save data, and then they'll be able to restart their game. Players can experience the story from scratch, but all of their previous save data will be gone. So unless players are okay with losing all of their precious Pokemon and game progress, make sure not to delete the save date from this menu.
There is no way to reverse the process, so once the data has been deleted, there's no going back from there.
2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the Pokemon franchise and The Pokemon Company is celebrating in a big way. Celebrities and musical artists will be collaborating with the company for some kind of Pokemon-themed musical surprise, and Katy Perry was the first to be revealed. As for the games that'll be coming this year to the Nintendo Switch, there's nothing announced just yet besides New Pokemon Snap releasing in April. There are lots of rumors about a Diamond and Pearl remake coming to Switch this year, but nothing is set in stone just yet.
Dusk Stones became a part of the Pokemon world in the Diamond and Pearl generation. In the Sword and Shield games, an infinite amount of these evolution items can be found thanks to Lake Outrage and the Digging Duo. However, these stones only are usable on four Pokemon out of the total of 898 of them. This is the case for all the evolution stones.
The types of Pokemon Dusk Stones evolve are Dark and Ghost-types. That is only reasonable since dusk is the time of day when it's about to become dark outside.
With easy access to the stones, it can be a greater challenge for players to actually find and determine which Pokemon the stones actually can be used on. In Sword and Shield, this is especially true since spawn rates of Pokemon can greatly differ depending on location and the weather. There are also some that are not available in the game. In fact, half of the Pokemon that use a Dusk Stone are not in Pokemon Sword and Shield.
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