The Pokemon Company has revealed that the second Pokemon Presents games presentation will only last 11 minutes. This means we are not likely to get the same amount of reveals showcased as the previous event, and the company will likely focus on one or two games. This week’s Pokemon Presents was announced at the very end of last week’s.
You can find a link to tomorrow’s stream here:
For those who missed last week’s Pokemon Presents, the video revealed games for several different audiences. It started with the teeth-brushing game Pokemon Smile, to help children to learn healthy dental hygiene habits early. For the casual crowd, a puzzle game similar to Disney Tsum Tsum where you invite Pokemon and try to improve your cafe by completing puzzles called Pokemon Cafe Mix appeared. Both are now available.
For the core Pokemon crowd, there were a few other announcements. One was New Pokemon Snap. This is a long-awaited sequel to the Nintendo 64 photography game. The title is being developed by Bandai Namco and takes place on an island inhabited by many different Pokemon all across the generations. Zeraora raids were also announced for Pokemon Sword and Shield. There were also updates for games like Pokemon GO, such as the reveal that Mega Evolution is on the way to the app.