Thursday, January 9th, was a fascinating time for the Pokemon community as an official expansion pass for both Sword and Shield was announced to the joy of many players. This expansion pass will consist of two DLCS called Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra. These Isle of Armor and Crown Tundra expansions will be bringing a plethora of new content for Trainers to experience. A whole host of new Gigantamax characters will be one of the focal points of the expansions with all of the titles' starters and their final forms receiving the Gigantamax treatment, which includes the Secret Agent character of Inteleon. 

Pokemon Sword and Shield Gigantamax Inteleon

Inteleon is the final evolved form of Sobble and changes into itself from its previous form of Drizzile at level 35. This new giant and powerful form of Inteleon was revealed to the fans in the official announcement trailer for the Isle of Armor and Crown Tundra expansions. You can see what the Gigantamax form of Inteleon looks like in the image below:

 Pokemon Sword Shield Gigantamax Inteleon

This new form for the Water-type sees Inteleon take a position high in the sky on top of a platform that seems to be made out of water. The formidable character then inflicts damage from his perch like a sniper would in Call of Duty. According to the official website for the popular games, this gigantamax creature stands at an impressive height of 131'3". It can use its nictitating membranes on its eyes to detect temperature, air pressure, and humidity in addition to the distance to its target. 

Inteleon's newest form is also able to hit a rolling berry with its sniper attack from approximately nine miles away. There is no doubt that Giagtamax Inteleon is a strong creature that will be a worthy opponent for whoever attempts to battle it. 

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