2019 is set to be incredibly fun with the release of Pokémon Sword and Shield. The new Nintendo Switch games are set in the Galar region, said to be inspired by the UK. Exciting! With that in mind, how about some Pokémon Sword and Shield leaks inspired by British problems? We’ve created some short what-if Pokémon Sword and Shield story cutscenes using Pokémon GO Snapshot!
Ah, British problems! There are so many intriguing, almost unwritten rules about being a Brit. Whilst everyone has their own unique story to tell on the island, there are shared struggles that many a Brit can relate to. From grumbling at the rain to train delays, we’ve all been there! The list is boundless, so much so that there’s a dedicated r/britishproblems reddit and a delightful series of books.
Is Pokémon Sword and Shield rumours – Based on the UK?
The new games were officially announced earlier this year, exciting trainers around the globe. Creators Game Freak have always had a history of basing Pokémon regions on existing countries. 2019’s Pokémon game is no exception. Is Pokémon Sword and Shield based on the UK? By the looks of things, yes, there’s a definite nod to Britain! Some fans feel that it’s just a Pokémon Sword and Shield rumour, as Nintendo have yet to confirm the connection, however!
Pokémon Sword and Shield Leaks
Who can you trust on the ol’ internet these days? With just months to go before Pokémon Sword and Shield, we’ve decided to brew up on delicious Pokémon Sword and Shield leaks! Well, not leaks as such, but some Pokemon story cutscenes you could very well see in the new game – well, if the dialogue is inspired by British problems! Will Pikachu complain about the weather? Will Gyrados be caught in an endless “How are you?” loop? These are, of course, not real by any means. Just a little cheeky attempt at a leak – in a truly British style! Cheeky. Yes, we went there.
Pokémon Sword and Shield Cutscenes? A what-if
Take a look at our set of skits to see what Pokémon Sword and Shield cutscenes could look like (if they went full British) – created using the brilliant GO Snapshot technology in Pokémon GO.