Pokemon Sword and Shield fans could be getting teased about a new Pokemon heading to the upcoming Nintendo Switch RPG.
Pokemon trainers are weeks away from the Pokemon Sword and Shield release date on the Nintendo Switch.
On November 15 Pokemon Sword and Shield will have its worldwide release date, with a whole new adventure launching that’s set in the Galar region.
Ahead of the highly anticipated release date Pokemon Sword and Shield fans were recently teased about a new Pokedex entry for the game.
The tease began when a “glitch” appeared on the Pokemon Sword and Shield website.
This revealed a pixelated outline of a new Pocket Monster that was heading to Pokemon Sword and Shield.
It was later revealed that this new Pokemon was Sirfetch’d, which is an evolution of Farfetch’d.
And now fans are convinced that another new Pocket Monster for Pokemon Sword and Shield is currently being teased on the game’s website.
Recently it was spotted that plenty of Krabby Pokemon have started to appear on the Pokemon Sword & Shield Secret Members Club website.
It was spotted by Joe Merrick, the founder of Pokemon website Serebii.net.
In a post on Twitter Merrick said: “Hmm, a load of Krabby have started to invade the Pokémon Sword & Shield Secret Members Club website”.
Responding to the news fans were left convinced the appearance of Krabbys could be because it’ll feature in some form in the new Pokemon game.
One fan tweeted: “Are we about to get Galarian Krabby?!”
Another posted: “I hope it’s a new evolution
One added: “Krabby evo confirmed.”
And another wrote: “Galarian Kingler and a Third stage evolution!!!”
The news comes after it’s been claimed Pokemon Sword and Shield developer Game Freak will team up with Pokemon Go developer Niantic for a big surprise.
Based on data discovered within the Pokemon Go game files, Galarian variations of existing Pokemon will appear in Pokemon Go.
This means that at the very least, Pokemon Go fans can expect to encounter Galarian Weezing, Galarian Zigzagoon and Galarian Linoone.
It’s unclear when the crossover will take place, but it’s likely to happen closer to Sword and Shield’s November 15 launch.
The big Pokemon Go claims come courtesy of an alleged leak that was posted on Reddit.
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