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Pokemon Sword and Shield’s fascinating new trailer explores Garal’s natural history

Thursday, December 24, 2020 11:43 GMT, Dom Peppiatt

If you need a reason to return a year after the first availability of the Pokemon Sword and Shield Galar region, Nintendo and the Pokemon Company will inspire you.

new Pokemon Sword and Shield A video has been released to encourage more people to visit the Galar region, the latest area of ​​the Pokemon map.

The new video, apparently felt by David Attenborough, focuses primarily on Armor Island and the Crown Tundra. These are two new areas introduced into the game over the last 12 months via the DLC extension path.

The trailer, which really feels like a video tour, highlights the different natural landscapes of the area, introducing the bonus areas of the Galal continent and explaining the different Pokemon that can be caught throughout the tundra and Isle. I am.

“Watch while exploring the many wonderful Pokemon that make up the rich tapestries of the Galar region,” reading the video description. “From the little turnips whose chunky arms protect them from their rivals to the legendary creatures nesting deep inside the Crown Tundra, the depth of this world is truly a sight to see.”

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Nintendo and the Pokemon Company use real-world-inspired tactics to promote their first mainline Switch Pokemon game. Earlier this year, the Pokemon Company released a pamphlet that acted as a tour guide for the Galar region to show how the unique geography and culture of the UK influenced the development of the game.

DLC is available as part of the Pokemon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass that can be purchased at the Nintendo Switch eShop. It runs you $ 29.99 or a regional equivalent.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield’s charming new trailer explores the natural history of Galar

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