Starting at 6:00 a.m. PDT on Friday, October 4, we will broadcast live footage for 24 hours from a camera set up in Glimwood Tangle-a unusual forest located deep within the Galar region.
And with the release date looming large, new details are steadily being revealed about the upcoming set of Pokemon games.
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The livestream won't be hosted on the official Pokemon Sword and Shield site, but on Twitch. The Galar region is based on the United Kingdom so it will be nice to see how the developers have captured the nation in their own fictional universe. It's too early to tell if this would also lead to new, regional evolutions like Obstagoon and Sirfetch'd, but with the continued growth of the Pokédex there are bound to be other surprises to look forward to. "Here in Galar, I'm always helping out with research for my gran - Professor Magnolia, that is!"
Beginning at 6 PM Pacific on Friday, October 4th, the official Pokemon Twitch channel will go live with a 24-hour stream.
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"I'm sending this message because I could really use your help with some research I'm doing". Rather than simply showing a few minutes of curated gameplay, however, this particular demo will be live and is scheduled to run for a whopping 24 hours. For Pokemon Sword and Shield, however, The Pokemon Company will be trying something different. If you could take a gander when you have time, that'd be just great.
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