Shiny Necrozma distribution event now underway for Pokémon Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Sun and Moon in Japan

As another way to promote Pokémon Sword and Shield, a Shiny Necrozma distribution event recently kicked off for players of Pokémon Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Sun and Moon in Japan. It is available for those who pre-order the upcoming duo of Pokémon games in Japan for a limited time. Read on below for more details:

The number of members of the limited-time fan club “Pokemon Himitsu Club” that only those who have reserved the Nintendo Switch software “Pokemon Sword Shield” released on Friday, November 15th, 2019 exceed 55,555 people! To commemorate this, all members of “Pokemon Secret Club” will receive a serial code that will allow them to receive Shiny Necrozma with the Nintendo 3DS software Pokémon Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Sun and Moon.

The serial code is available from September 6th (Friday) from 18:00 to November 14th (Thursday) at 19:59. Currently, only members of the “Pokemon Secret Club” can obtain Shiny Necrozma. Join “Pokemon Secret Club” and show off Shiny Necrozma to everyone!

● “Pokemon Secret Club” is a
limited-time fan club that only those who have booked Pokémon Sword Shield can join and enjoy together. By becoming a member of this club, you can receive various benefits such as watching club-limited videos and special gifts.

● To become a member of “Pokemon Secret Club”,
make a reservation for Pokémon Sword and Shield, enter the serial code issued at that time and your email address on the official website of “Pokemon Secret Club” By creating it, you can register as a member.

Source: Pokemon.co.jp

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