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Many passwords officially revealed
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Update 3: The official Japanese Facebook page has officially announced the password for 10 Poké Diamonds.
Update 2: Nintendo of America has also officially announced the password for Chespin.
Update: Nintendo of America has also officially announced the password for Piplup.
Pokémon Rumble World logo
A new Nintendo 3DS System Update has been released to fix an issue on the New Nintendo 3DS that caused Pokémon Rumble World to crash. This update brings the Nintendo 3DS system up to version 9.7.0-25. While the Rumble World–related crash only occurs on New Nintendo 3DS systems, the patch is available for all Nintendo 3DS family systems.
Additionally, a large number of new passwords for Pokémon Rumble World have been officially revealed.
A full list of all Rumble World passwords, including unannounced passwords, can be found here.
On the official international Rumble World websites, the following passwords were revealed (for North American and PAL region games).
On the official Nintendo of America Facebook page and Twitter account, the following North American passwords were revealed (for North American region games).
On the official PokémonCoJp Facebook page, the following Japanese passwords were revealed (for Japanese region games).
Pokémon Trainer Club newsletters have revealed the following passwords (for North American and PAL region games).
Pokémon Center stores
In Japan, players can go to Pokémon Centers or Pokémon Stores across Japan to obtain a password (for Japanese region games) to obtain one of that Pokémon Center's mascots (or a Riolu at Pokémon Stores). These passwords are listed below.