Pokemon Sword & Shield’s 24-Hour Stream Has Shown A Whole Lot Of Nothing So Far

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Pokemon Sword and Shield‘s animal cam-style 24-hour livestream has been operating for a bit of over 4 hours now, and in case you’re a fan of ambient forest sounds, it is definitely been nice. Nevertheless, in case you have been hoping to get a take a look at some new Gen Eight Pokemon, the stream has been severely missing to this point.

Within the few hours, the printed has been airing, we have solely seen transient glimpses of some present Pokemon resembling Pikachu, the mushroom-like Morelull, and the ghostly Phantump. Impidimp, the unusual imp Pokemon who was first found in Sword and Defend’s E3 2019 demo, additionally made a uncommon look, however, apart from that, the stream has virtually totally consisted of forest sounds and the occasional rustling bush.

Probably the most thrilling second to this point occurred round 8:50 AM PT when a never-before-seen Pokemon shortly ran throughout the display. Nevertheless, the Pokemon was solely seen for a split-second, so in case you have been trying away the second it appeared–as I used to be–then you most likely missed it, and there isn’t any telling when it will make one other look.

Regardless of the actual fact, nothing of notice has occurred but, there are nonetheless roughly 27,000 folks tuned in to the printed as of this writing. You continue to have an opportunity to tune in as effectively, because the 24-hour stream will proceed till 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET tomorrow, October 5. You possibly can watch the livestream here on GameSpot.

Tristan Dyason
Tristan Dyason
I am the author for Gaming Ideology and loves to play Battle Royale games and loves to stream and write about them. I am a freelancer and now is the permanent member of Gaming Ideology.

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