Pokemon Nintendo Direct Airs soon, promises new game information


A presentation of Nintendo Direct on Pokemon will be broadcast this week, announced Nintendo today. The live stream promises to bring "about seven minutes of new information" as part of a live stream, although it's unclear if this may involve a revelation of Generation 8 or anything else.

The Pokemon themed show is scheduled for Wednesday, February 27 at 6:00 am MST / 9 pm EST / 2:00 pm GMT (1:00 am ETT Feb. 28). What will be discussed is not clear, but it is possible that The Pokemon Company says more about its Pokemon game for Switch, announced for the first time at E3 2017. Given that Nintendo is doing it the promotion, it seems fair to assume that we will hear about a video game. Whatever the case may be, you will be able to watch the feed on the Nintendo website or here on GameSpot.

Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee were released for Nintendo Switch in November 2018 as remakes of sorts of Pokemon Yellow. They have incorporated some elements of the Pokemon Go mobile phenomenon in order to soften the new players of the main series.

Pokemon for Switch, meanwhile, is described as "an essential RPG Pokemon title". We do not know much about the upcoming title, although the Pokemon company confirmed at its first revelation that the game would be launched at the end of 2019. It would therefore be logical that we hear more about the game now.

Pokemon director Junichi Masuda said the developer, Game Freak, was looking for ways to move your existing creatures to new games. "We're still thinking about this kind of forward-thinking feature, especially since we've introduced [Pokemon transfer service] Pokemon Bank, "Masuda told GameSpot." Now, up to Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you are able to store your Pokemon, and we know that they are very important to everyone. I mean, obviously, people would be very sad if they could not use their Pokémon in a future game. So it becomes complicated when you talk about details and we're always aware, but we're planning to find ways to let the players use their Pokémon in the next game. "To learn more about upcoming titles, check out everything we know about Pokemon for Nintendo Switch.

February 27th is Pokemon Day, the annual celebration of the Pocket Monsters franchise by The Pokemon Company. Pokemon Go organizes a special event. Generation 1 creatures appear more often, as well as brilliant versions of Pidgey and Rattata.


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