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Daniel Hidalgo
2022-01-30 19:25:43

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We have been testing Pokémon Legends Arceus and so in this article we will tell you how to get all the starter Pokémon.

What is Pokémon Legends Arceus about?


It's an action role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo, exclusively for Nintendo Switch users. The game was released on January 28 and if you already started or are about to start, you should know that you will initially have access to three Pokémons:

  • Oshawott
  • Rowlet
  • Cyndaquil

And in case you want to find them without having to trade with other players or use online features, you should know how to get all the initial Pokémon in the best possible way.

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How to get all starter Pokémon in Pokémon Legends Arceus?


When you start the game you will only be able to choose one of the three creatures we mentioned before, the thing is that regardless of the choice you make, in order to get the other two you will have to complete the entire main story for the credits to appear.

You can skip the credits and go straight to Jubilife Town and in the Galactic Hall, head to the teacher's room to access the request board. You'll need to interact with the board and he'll offer to take the Pokémon out of his lab and he'll give you the other two starter Pokémon.

 
That's all you need to know about how to get all the starter Pokémon in Pokémon Legends Arceus, so we hope we've been as helpful as possible in helping you find the 3 starter creatures.


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Platform(s):
Nintendo Switch
Genre(s):
Action role-playing
Developer(s):
Game Freak
Publisher(s):
The Pokémon Company, Nintendo
Mode:
Single-player
age rating (PEGI):
12+





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