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Pokemon Sword and Shield: Every Pokemon Confirmed So Far




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Who's that Pokémon?

Earlier today, Nintendo, a collaboration with The Pokémon Company and Game Freak, officially revealed Pokémon Sword and Shield, giving fans their first looks at the eighth generation of Pokémon.

In addition to revealing Sword and Shield's three starters, today's Directly featured one minute of game footage, highlighting 1

3 other Pokémon that'll inhabit the new region of Galar. Click through the gallery below, or scroll to the bottom of this page, to see which 16 Pokémon have, been confirmed for the upcoming Nintendo Switch RPGs.

include the evolutionary families of the Pokémon seen above. If so, that would add the likes of Raichu and Snorlax, among others, to the roster. Assuming Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble each evolve twice, as is default with starter Pokémon, which would bring the current creature count to 37.

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will be released worldwide for Nintendo Switch in late 2019. Stay tuned to IGN for all the latest, including inevitable, additional Pokémon reveals.

Pikachu

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<p> The gen 1 Electric type and franchise was the first Pokémon seen in Sword and Shield's gameplay reveal. </p><div><script async src=

Minccino

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<p> The Chinchilla Pokémon is from Gen 5. </p>
<h2> Wishiwashi </h2>
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<p> The Gen 7 Water-type Pokemon is known for its schooling ability, which allows to change form and become more formidable in battle. </p>
<h2> Grubbin </h2>
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<p> The Larva Pokémon is a Bug-type from Gen 7. </p>
<h2> Hoothoot </h2>
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<p> The owl-like Pokémon is a Normal / Flying-type from Gen 2. </p>
<h2> Zweilous </h2>
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<p> The Dark / Dragon-type Pokémon from Gen 5 is seen charging up, then firing off, an attack. </p><div><script async src=

Flygon

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<p> Flygon is a Ground / Dragon-type Pokémon from Gen 3. </p>
<h2> Braviary </h2>
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<p> The Valiant Pokémon, a Normal / Flying-type from Gen 5, is seen doing battle with Flygon </p>
<h2> Wailmer & Meowstic </h2>
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<p> The trailer provides a letter glimpse of Wailmer (Water-type, Gen 3) and a female Meowstic (Psychic-type, Gen 6) engaged in battle. </p><div><script async src=

Lucario

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<p> The fan-favorite Pokémon and Super Smash. Bros fighter is a Fighting / Steel-type from Gen 4. </p>
<h2> Tyranitar </h2>
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<p> The Rock / Dark-type Pokémon from Gen 2 is seen on the receiving end of Lucario's attack. </p>
<h2> Munchlax </h2>
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<p> The only non-Gen 8 Pokémon shown outside of battle, Munchlax is a Normal-type from Gen 4. </p><div><script async src=

Scorbunny

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<p> [19659005] Gen 8's four-type starter Pokémon is described as "always running about, bursting with energy." </p>
<h2> Sobble </h2>
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<p> Gen 8's water-type starter is "a bit timid, shooting out of attacks as it is in the water." </p>
<h2> Grookey </h2>
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<p> The final Pokémon to be revealed during today's Direct, Grookey is Gen 8's Grass-type starter. It's described as "a mischievous Pokemon full of boundless curiosity." Which Pokémon are you most excited about in Sword and Shield? Which are you hoping to see added? </em> </p>
<p><em> Jordan is a freelance writer for IGN who is already struggling to choose his next starter. Follow him on Twitter <a href= @jdsirani .


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