Special Pokemon Sword and Shield Nintendo Direct Will Come Next Week

Trainers from all over the world, prepare yourself because new information about the next Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch is coming. Next week, Wednesday, June 5th, 2019, at 2 PM BST/9 AM EDT/6 AM PDT, Pokemon Sword and Shield will come at a special Nintendo Direct edition.

Until now, only a dedicated Direct live stream for the games was on the page, but now we will have 15 minutes of new information on Pokemon Sword and Shield for Switch.

A Pokemon Nintendo Direct presentation will be live next week. If until now we had only the revealing from the first trailer, the confirmations of the names, settings, and the introduction of starter Gen 8 Pokemon (Grookey, Sobble, and Scorbunny) imagine what we will see now.

Special Pokemon Sword and Shield Nintendo Direct Will Come Next Week

A Pokemon Press Conference was held yesterday at 6 PM PDT or 2 AM BST and 9 PM EDT. Even if the Nintendo Direct is next week, we think that the conference was not related to Pokemon Sword and Shield. And the luck was on our side yesterday, and we received information on four new Pokemon projects, including Pokemon Masters, a new game in the franchise.

Until the biggest gaming convention E3 2019, that is two weeks apart, Pokemon fans will have their own piece of cake from the special Nintendo Direct broadcasting, and it’s all dedicated to Pokemon Sword and Shield. Don’t forget, Nintendo Direct will be on Nintendo’s YouTube and Twitch channels, on June 5th, from 2 PM BST, 6 AM PT and 9 AM Et, and it will run for 15 minutes.

Pokemon Sword and Shield will be the next significant release in the popular Pokemon franchise, and it’s expected for Nintendo Switch later this year. On the other hand, at the Pokemon conference held yesterday, we learned about Pokemon Masters, also an upcoming game in the series.

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