Pokémon Sun and Moon Players Can Now Get Five Free Mega Stones

Another five Pokémon Mega Stones have been released for free with a recently revealed code. These five aren't available in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

on June 23, 2017 10:08 PM

If you’ve been itching for that opportunity to Mega Evolve some Pokémon and just devastate the competition, the official Pokémon website has got some sweet, sweet news for you! As announced on the official Pokémon website a new code has just been revealed that hands out five free Mega Stones to Pokémon Sun and Moon players.

What Mega Stones are getting handed out? You can get Mega Stones for the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire starters Sceptile, Swampert, and Blaziken, as well as the Mega Stones for Camerupt and Banette.

You might notice something odd about these particular Pokémon. No, they’re not native to the Pokémon Sun and Moon titles, so you’ll need to transfer them to your game in order to take advantage of the opportunity. But of course you’ve already done that, right?

In order to get the gift of all five Mega Stones, all you have to do is select the Mystery Gift option from Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s menu, then select the method of receiving the gift as code/password. The distribution code that you’ll need to enter is MATSUBUSA. Then, you can claim your reward from within the Poké Center.

Recently, four free Mega Stones were released, providing Mega Evolution forms for Pidgeot, Heracross, Steelix, and Houndoom with the distribution code, AZUL. It seems that The Pokémon Company is slowly bringing the seventh generation its ultimate forms via a slow leak of releases. It will be fun to see who comes out next!

In other Pokémon news, The Pokémon Company recently announced that Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are definitely not coming to the Nintendo Switch. These titles will be released exclusively for the 3DS family of systems on November 17, providing an alternate storyline from the original Pokémon Sun and Moon, and a few new pocket monsters to catch.

 /  Staff Writer
Jordan is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, where he covers the latest in indies and collectibles. He has a degree in Creative Writing from University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. He is currently based out of Portland, OR.