In addition to the Switch port, the game will come with two new heroes from 2019, Baptiste and Sigma, along with several major changes such as the Workshop mode as well as the new role queue feature which is created to help players get more balanced team compositions.
Again, this upcoming Nintendo Direct will focus on games coming to the Switch in 2019. Pokemon Camp will give you an opportunity to observe your Pokemon, not just on their own but as they interact with other Pokemon. New to Sword and Shield are additional makeup options, as well as an expanded selection of accessories ranging from gloves to glasses to backpacks. Including new cosmetics, Pokemon Camp, and new Pokemon confirmed. The Pokemon Camp is an ideal place to whip up a batch of the incredibly popular Galar dish.
Players will have access to more trainer cosmetics to customize your trainer. Consider me in. Plus, as an added bonus, you log the recipes in what's called a Curry Dex! Polteageist and Cramorant. Cramorant seems like your standard, don't go near electricity, Flying/Water-type Pokemon. After Cramorant uses Surf or Dive, it will return with a catch in its mouth. Its body is made of tea, and it may even let a trusting Trainer have a taste of its tea. Pokemon Sword and Shield are out on Nintendo Switch on November 15th, and we'll keep an eye out for more information in between now and then. Whether you're queueing in line or simply waiting for the game to drop on the Nintendo eShop, the game will retail for $39.99.
Both boxed and digital versions will come with 15 bonus skins for a range of heroes, as well as a three-month Nintendo Switch Online individual membership.