Toby Fox, the developer behind Undertale, revealed today on his twitter that a music track composed by him is in Sword and Shield. It's unknown where said track may play, but a preview of it was released by the Pokémon Secret Club, which can be heard here;
Another new trailer released today, focusing on the Gigantamax mechanic of the games. These trailers showed off several new Gigantamax form Pokémon, including Pikachu and Eevee, which can be obtained by using play records from Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee respectively.
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A short new trailer, a famitsu article, and a page on the official Sword and Shield website have all been released, confirming the Pokémon as Galarian Ponyta, a Shield-exclusive Psychich-type Pokémon.
Interestingly its category has changed from Fire Horse Pokémon to Unique Horn Pokémon.
Its Abilities are Run Away and a new one called Pastel Veil that prevents itself and allies from being Poisoned.
In the 24-hour livestream several Pokémon were confirmed to be appearing in the Galar region for the first time. In addition there was another appearance by Impidimp, the Dark/Fairy Pokémon shown in the demo previously, significant because of a lack of an official reveal as of yet.
The big reveal of the livestream was a new Pokémon, which appears to be a Galarian form of Ponyta. The Pokémon made many small appearances over the course of the stream, only being seen unobstructed near the end. It is currently not known what typing it is, but as every other Pokémon in the stream was at least part Fairy-type, Fairy would be a reasonable assumption.
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On Wednesday another new Pokémon was revealed, this time being Sirfetch'd, the evolved form of Farfetch'd.
In what is an usual case, Sirfetch'd loses both of its types and becomes a pure Fighting-type Pokémon on evolution.
Sirfetch'd is exclusive to Pokémon Sword, but it is unknown if Farfetch'd can evolve if traded to Pokémon Shield at this time, or what its counterpart, if any, will be.
Yet another new trailer was uploaded today. This trailer reveals the existence of Galarian forms, showing off Galarian Weezing (Poison/Fairy), and Galarian Zigzagoon's line (Normal/Dark).
In an unexpected twist, Galarian Linoone can evolve further into Obstagoon, which serves as a return to earlier Pokémon receiving new evolutions, but with a unique take. Whether a Hoenn Obstagoon can exist or not is unclear, but so far it seems to implied that this is exclusive to the Galarian form.
In additon, another brand new Pokémon was shown -- Morpeko, which appears to be the resident Pikachu clone for the Galar region. It's Electric/Dark type, and will change its form every turn, which changes its signature move Aura Wheel between Electric and Dark.
The trailer also shows two new rivals; Bede and Marnie - the latter of which's fans will serve as the antagonist team of the story. Whether they're true antagonists or deflecting attention from the real villains like Team Skull has yet to be seen.
In an interesting turn of events, we once again have version-exclusive gym leaders - something that hasn't been done since Black and White back in Gen 5.
We also get the first look at Gigantamax, which appears to be like a cross between Dynamax and Mega Evolution, as the Pokémon changes its appearance as well as growing huge.
This trailer also shows a handful of new Pokémon, but interestingly doesn't officially reveal Impidimp, the Dark/Fairy Pokémon seen in the demo at E3.