New Pokemon all set to be revealed next week – Find all details

New Pokemon all set to be revealed next week

Gotta Catch’em All!

There is good news in store for us all – if recent reports are to be believed, we will get a chance to see some new Galar region Pokemon ahead of Pokemon Sword and Shield’s debut on November 15. On October 4, we will see a live stream called The Pokemon Live Camera and this will roll out some forest-dwelling critters.
As per the official Pokemon Sword and Shield site, The Pokemon Live Camera will “broadcast live footage for 24 hours from a camera set up in Glimwood Tangle – a strange forest located deep within the Galar region.” Hence, for people who tune in to the live stream will be extending help to Sonia, Professor Magnolia’s research assistant, as she goes around observing the forest and learns about the Pokemon who lives there.

“I’m sending this message because I could really use your help with some research I’m doing,” reads Sonia’s message, “Next week, a camera will be set up in a strange forest here in Galar.” According to the site, “you may notice things that surprise you.” We guess that there will be some new Pokemons on offer.
It should be mentioned here that the live stream will not be hosted on the official Pokemon Sword and Shield site, but will rather be streamed on Twitch. Once you click on the video, you will be directed to the official Pokemon Twitch channel, where a screen displaying the live stream date lies dormant.

As things stand right now, we have already met few very interesting Galar Pokemon, and this includes a ghost-type Pokemon named Polteageist, as well as a seagull-looking Pokemon named Cramorant, and a knightly version of Farfetch’d known as Sirfetch’d.

Both Pokemon Sword and Shield will be made available for Nintendo Switch on November 15 2019.

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