There is no player of Pokémon Sword and Shield who doesn’t want to seize Regigigas. Still, this process is not simple, and you will need to walk a long path till you get the desired result. We have created a detailed guide covering the steps you should take to find and catch Regigigas in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

How to Find and Catch Regigigas in Pokemon Sword and Shield

It is possible to grab Regigigas if you own the DLC for Pokémon: Sword & Shield and also have the game in two copies. If you do not have them, your only other option is to trade with other players.

First, go and get Regice, Regigigas, Regirock, Regidrago, and Regieleki. Considering that you can take down only Regidrago or Regieleki, you’ll need to find another player who agrees to trade these Pokémon.

Head to the Giant’s Bed region of the Crown Tundra and find a deactivated Raid Den. It is located in the center of the boulders. This particular den will be gray and will not allow you to activate it using a Wishing Piece. To start the fight with Regigigas, you will need to begin the process of interaction with the den and five Regi Pokémon that are in your possession.

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This Pokémon is mighty—Dynamax Pokémon indicates that Regigigas has level 100, and you’ll need to fight him alone. The good news is that once he is defeated, his catch rate is 100%. Also, Regigigas is sensitive to fighting moves, so do not forget to use a fighting-type Pokémon to succeed.

Now we’ve covered the topic of searching for and seizing Regigigas in Pokémon Sword and Shield. Good luck in getting it!

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