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Similar to earlier titles, there are some notable differences when it comes to Sword and Shield. When we talk about differences, these include version-exclusive Pokémon, Legendaries, Gym Leaders, and more. Let’s talk about all the differences in the two versions of the game. Pokémon Sword and Shield Differences The first one is obvious. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield feature exclusive Pokémon that you can only catch in only one version of the title. In order to acquire the version-exclusive Pokémon in the other version, you’ll need to acquire them via trade. The table below shows the Pokémon exclusive to both the versions: Pokémon Sword Pokémon Shield Deino Larvitar Zweilous Pupitar Hydreigon Tyranitar Jangmo-o Goomy Hakamo-o Sligoo Kommo-o Goodra Gothita Solosis Gothorita Duosion Gothitelle Reuniclus Rufflet Vullaby Braviary Mandibuzz Sirfetch’d Galarian Ponyta Mawile Sableye Turtonator Drampa Legendary Pokémon Differences The next difference in Sword and Shield is related to Legendaries or…

With Pokémon Sword and Shield, comes a plethora of new abilities for your Pokémon. In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Abilities Guide, we’ve detailed all you need to know about all the new abilities featured in the newest Pokémon title. Pokémon Sword and Shield New Abilities It’s important to note that some of the abilities are subject to alter as the title releases. I should also mention that a Pokémon can’t have more than 3 different abilities. The following are all the abilities featured in Pokémon Sword and Shield: Gulp Missile – Cramorant When you use Surf or Dive, Pokémon will come with prey, which will attack when the Pokémon is attacked. Neutralizing Gas – Galarian Weezing Pokémon with this ability nullifies the abilities of all Pokémon on the field. Steam Engine – Rolycoly This Pokémon increases SPD by 3x fold when attacked by a fire-type or a water-type attack.…

In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon Guide will help you learn all about different Starter Pokémon, their abilities, traits, and more. Hopefully, the Pokémon Sword and Shield Guide will help you choose the best Pokémon to start with. Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon At the start of Pokémon Sword and Shield, you’ll only have 3 Pokémon to choose from. These 3 Starter Pokémon are Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble. In our Starter Pokémon Guide, we’ll discuss these Pokémon in detail so that you’re able to make an informed decision. Before we start, it’s important to note that Hop and Galar (the League Champion) will always have Starter Pokémon that your Start Pokémon are weak to. While not a major deal, it’s definitely something that you should keep in mind. Grookey Grass-type Pokémon, Grookey features a decent HP pool, physical attacks, and defense. Its Overgrow ability allows Grookey to…

Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds supports a collection of PC console commands that can be used for different effects. However, the way dev-console works in TOW is a little different than Fallout, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, etc. where all you needed to do was to press the ~ key to launch the console. The Outer Worlds Console Commands Guide will help you learn all about different PC codes in TOW. The Outer Worlds Console Commands To start, first, you need to download SunBeam’s Unlocker from the link. You’ll also need the password sunbeamFRF (caps sensitive) to unlock the .zip file. You need to unpack the files of the folder in the directory: Epic Games/TheOuterWorlds/Indiana/Binaries/Win64 Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to run The Outer Worlds and open up the Main Menu. At this point, press Alt + Tab and open IGCInjector.exe from the files you pasted in Win64 folder. Once…

Having more carrying capacity in Death Stranding goes a long way. This is directly tied to unlocking and upgrading your Power Skeleton in the game. In this Death Stranding Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about how to increase your carrying capacity in the game. Increase Carrying Capacity in Death Stranding By default, Sam can’t carry more than 120kg of cargo in the game. Increasing it is directly related to the Power Skeleton. To begin, you need to progress through the story until you reach the Central Region, Lake Knot City. At this point in the game, you’ll receive some delivery orders from Die-Hardman who will take you to the Engineer. Successfully delivering said items to the Engineer will reward you with a Power Skeleton and the ability to craft them from any terminal. When equipped with a Power Skeleton, you’ll increase your carrying capacity in the game.…

Aside from fast traveling, vehicles are the fastest way of moving around the post-apocalyptic America in Death Stranding. You won’t have access to these vehicles from the start and must unlock them first. Our Death Stranding Vehicles Guide will detail everything about unlocking all the motorbikes and cars in the game, charging (refueling) them, and repairing them. If you’re looking to repair your broken vehicles, check out our vehicles repairing guide. Death Stranding Vehicles To unlock vehicles in Death Stranding, complete [Order No. 23] Retrieval: System Server mission and return to Lake Knot City. Completing the Main Mission will unlock a 3-wheeler named the Reverse Trike. As for unlocking other vehicles in the game, you need to complete deliveries and level up different facilities. It’s all pretty simple, to be honest. Just play the game as normal and you’ll continue to unlock vehicles. When it comes to crafting vehicles in…

The ability to fast travel in Death Stranding is something you won’t unlock right off the bat. Since you’ll spend the first few hours traveling a lot in the game, it’s a good idea to know how fast traveling works. Before we talk about how to unlock fast travel in Death Stranding, note that the guide contains potential story spoilers. In addition to your ability to fast travel, you can always opt in to walk all the way to your desired destination and/or find a vehicle. But none of these traveling methods outpaces fast traveling, especially if you wish to travel to a Distribution Center miles away. Death Stranding Fast Travel Unlock During Episode 3, Fragile will tell you about her ability to fast travel to large distances instantaneously using her umbrella. During the same episode, she will leave her umbrella in your Private Room that you should be able…

There are 10 types of structures that you can build, customize, and upgrade in Death Stranding. These buildables include structures like ladders, generators, bridges, etc. In addition to your own structures, you’ll also come across structures crafted by other players in regions on the Chiral Network. When exposed to Timefall, these Death Stranding structures will start to die out so don’t expect them to stay in a place permanently. You’ll also be able to upgrade and customize these structures using materials that you’ll find in the world. Death Stranding Structures Some buildables in Death Stranding will require you to have a PCC device. You’ll need to head to a terminal to acquire one. With a PCC device in your inventory, select it, and build the structure that you want. To build a structure, bring out your inventory menu by pressing right on the D-Pad and select the PCC you wish…

In Planet Zoo, money farming is arguably one of the most important aspects of managing your zoo in the game. Earning and spending is something you’ll consistently have to deal with throughout the game’s Franchise Mode. Having a constant flow of money will ensure that you remain free of any kind of debt and see your zoo succeed. This is where our Planet Zoo Money Guide comes in. Planet Zoo Money Farming At the start of the Franchise Mode, you’ll have 40,000 to work with. Probably the most important tip that I can give you is never to go overboard with your expenses. Starting small is perfectly fine as long as you aren’t putting yourself in debt. Your “Finances” tab will tell you everything you need to know about your earnings and expenses. Therefore, it’s a good idea to check it every now and then. When it comes to your…

The recently released Planet Zoo has an impressive number of animals for your zoo. Our Planet Zoo Animals Guide lists down all the animals that you can breed, buy, and sell in the game. In addition to the list of animals, we’ve also detailed continents, habitats, conservation, and other details. List of Planet Zoo Animals Animals Conservation Continent Type Aardvark Least Concern Africa Habitat Common Death Adder Least Concern Oceania Exhibit Puff Adder Data Deficient Africa Exhibit Yellow Anaconda Data Deficient South America Exhibit Pronghorn Antelope Least Concern North America Habitat Sable Antelope Least Concern Africa Habitat Formosan Black Bear Vulnerable Asia Habitat Himalayan Brown Bear Critically Endangered Asia Habitat Grizzly Bear Least Concern North America Habitat Goliath Beetle Data Deficient Africa Exhibit Titan Beetle Data Deficient South America Exhibit Goliath Birdeater Data Deficient South America Exhibit American Bison Near Threatened North America Habitat Bongo Near Threatened Africa Habitat…