Just like in the originals, you'll form a rescue team of various Pokemon to help other monsters who are in trouble, delving into randomized dungeons and fighting enemies through turn-based battles as you do that.
The added bonus to the expansion pass is that even if you're late to the party purchasing the expansion, you can still acquire the plethora of Pokemon from it via trading with your friends. The demo will be released today. You get to explore the dungeon and find a loot with a single life and try to progress further with every attempt.
This will soon change as we were informed about two expansion packs at a Nintendo Direct that was held today, which not only included new content, regions and a storyline, but also the inclusion of 200 previously featured Pokémon in the franchise.
Similar to the 2006 version of the game, players will take a miniature quiz before going through the adventure. In the dens, players will be able to find Legendary Pokemon from other titles, and new Legendary Pokemon as well - Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. It is unclear what online features Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX will incorporate though, or how many Pokémon it will include. Each job presents a different challenge. While there is a remake of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue/Red Rescue Team games on the way as Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, the co-op specific news we're interested in is the new DLC that's coming to Pokemon Sword and Shield this year via the $30 Expansion Pass.
The Pokemon Company, Nintendo, and developer Spike Chunsoft have announced Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for Switch.
The game will be released on March 6, and there is sure to be tons of other news coming out as the release date gets closer.