Players are getting close to the Pokemon Sword and Shield release. The game will come with one of the best improvements, brand-new features for Nintendo Switch, and more others. However, it seems that developers cut off some new addition. Pokemon Sword and Shield won’t bring a Pokemon Go crossover. In a Eurogamer interview, producers Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori announced the unexpected news. Ohmori said, “In Pokemon Sword and Shield there’s no direct communication with Pokemon Go, but you’ll have seen the announcement for Pokemon Home, where there are plans to be able to send Pokemon from Pokemon Go, and take them around with you, so that’s something we do have.”
Moreover, the producers explained their plans to organize a Pokemon fan gathering, for offering better Pokemon Sword and Shield insights. Fans will get the chance to find out right from the start about the story, worlds, or gameplay. Ohmori explained, “…we make sure that regardless of how many fans we have, in each type of game, each new entry is something that any fan – or someone completely new to the series even – can jump into and enjoy right from the start.”
Pokemon Sword and Shiels Features So Far
The upcoming game that will be available for Nintendo Switch got fans’ attention with the best feature ever. Players will experience Dynamaxing, a feature that will transform Pocket Monsters into some immense beasts with more stronger special skills. Nintendo Switch will also provide new Trainer customization settings, such as the ability to adjust hairstyles or makeup.
The so-expected role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by The Pokemon Company and Nintendo for Nintendo Switch will be available next month on 15 November. We expect a worldwide release and a pack full of features that will enhance our game experience.