Everyone is not here, but Pokémon's producers have a reason.
Pokemon Sword and Shield, the first generation of Pokemon games coming to the Nintendo Switch, unfortunately will not let you be the best nobody ever has, since not everyone Pokemon Will Be Catch
The Full Pokedex will not be available to Pokemon Sword and Shield players, according to a recent interview with producer Junichi Masuda
Instead, Sword and Shield will allow Pokemon to be captured that are included in Pokedex in the Galar region. Masuda told Famitsu that a great deal of reasoning is limited to the growing number of Pokemon types.
Referring to the problems of balance and work intensity as a reason for this decision, Masuda said he and the team are currently "undefined" about whether More Pokemon can be added to the game after the launch.
"We now have over 800 Pokemon types, and there will be more add-ons in these games, and now, when they're on Nintendo Switch, we're creating it with much higher precision with higher quality animations," Masuda said in the interview with the US Gamer. "But even more, he goes down to the battle system. We are sure we can keep everything balanced and give all the Pokemon that appear in the games a chance to shine. "
Being an entirely new Pokemon in the Galar Pokedex region There will still be many favorites that fans will be able to bring up with them. "
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Masuida's original comments to Famitsu were encountered with some anger by some fans who believed it could be easy to model all the Pokemon swords for use in the Sword and Shield. The Twitter user suggested that modeling could be done in five minutes, a number of artists responded to publishing their five-minute Pokemon models to show what could be created for this short time And they definitely do not match the visual precision observed in the Sword and Shield models.
The Sword and the Pokedex Sword are not the only thing we learned about the upcoming pair of games. Shield detail In addition, Sword and Shield will support some PokeBall Plus features. And just before the E3 2019, Pokemon's special sword and shield on Nintendo Direct gave us a closer look at the game and revealed a specific exit date.
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