During the Nintendo Treehouse Live segment in this year's E3 edition, Freak player Junichi Masuda shocks fans when he reveals the pocket monster.
Before long, players were expecting them to be able to catch them and even move them. In an interview with US Gamer, Masuda further explained how Pokedex's limiting decision was because Pokemon itself has become a problem. However, the phrase "Bring Back National Dex" started moving online.
In an attempt to calm down the situation, Pokémon has published a statement on behalf of Masuda. This is a sincere response to the irritation, as the producer admitted it was a "very difficult decision" to do:
I thank all our fans for the care so deep for Pokémon. I recently shared the news that some Pokémon can not be transferred to Pokémon Swords and Pokémon Shield . I have read all your comments and appreciate your love and passion for the Pokémon.
Like all of you, we are passionate about the Pokémon, and each of them is very important to us. After so many years of developing Pokémon video games, it was a very difficult decision for me. I would like to clarify one thing: even if a specific Pokemon is not available in the Pokémon  Pokemon and Pokémon Shield it does not mean it will not appear in future games.  The Pokémon World continues to evolve. Galar region offers new Pokémon with whom to fight, coaches in battle and adventures to go. We pour our hearts into these games and we hope you will be eager to join us on this new journey.
As noted, if a particular Pokemon does not make the cut in Sword and Shield, it does not mean he will not return to future games. Despite the removal of some pocket monsters in the latest tour, Galar region still promises to surprise coaches with new Pokémon, adventure and battles. Tell us below.