The Galarian Corsola Mystery Gift Event is Almost Over

The good times keep on rolling for Pokémon trainers! Right now Sword and Shield players can obtain a freebie Galarian Corsola via the games' Mystery Gift features. If you didn't know, Corsola received a brand-new makeover in the Galar region! But act fast if interested, the window is closing quickly.

Galarian Corsola is available via Pokémon Mystery Gift for a short while longer.

We are coming to the end of the third week of Game Freak’s four-week-long Mystery Gift marathon. Trainers around the globe have already gotten their hands on a Galarian Mr. Mime and a Galarian Ponyta. The third week’s Pokémon is Galarian Corsola, and you need to hurry if you want one.

A Gen 2 Pokémon with a Gen 8 Twist

The Corsola Mystery Gift event runs from June 4-11. The monster itself is an impressive improvement over its Johto counterpart. Originally, Corsola was a rock-water type Pokémon. Things are different in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Galar region. Corsola is now a ghost type Pokémon. And it evolves!

It’s evolution, Cursola (also a ghost type), is a Sp Atk and Sp Def beast; sporting a Sp Atk of 145 and a Sp Def of 130. Not to be taken lightly, Galarian Corsola evolves into Cursola at level 38.

More Details About the Mystery Gift Galarian Corsola Event

On top of receiving an amazing in-game Pokémon, trainers who take advantage of this week’s Mystery Gift will also receive an assortment of rare evolutionary items. Among the most significant of the bunch: the Chipped Pot, Cracked Pot, Sweet Apple, and Tart Apple.

Obtaining the gift is simple enough. First, make sure you have a Wi-Fi connection. Then, boot up your Nintendo Switch and your copy of either Pokémon Sword or Shield. After that, find the Mystery Gift” tab in the game’s options menu. Select “Get via internet” and watch the magic of 21st century Pokémon do its thing.

Good luck, trainers!

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