The Pokemon Company has been showcasing its annual Pokemon anniversary celebration more and more with every passing year. The team certainly feels an attachment to the event and the fandom response generated. In the last few years, the celebrations have hosted special news presentations. The Pokemon Presents live streams are always full of the latest information on what’s new and upcoming. With so many projects in the works simultaneously, it can be pretty easy to lose track of their progress. With most of the announced software having seen release, there are a few things The Pokemon Company has yet to showcase. While this week has seen some news of various Pokemon Games like Pokemon Unite and Sword and Shield, there’s still more extensive news ahead. This Sunday’s Pokemon Day will feature a Pokemon Presents live stream following the years’ prior trend.
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What Time Does The Pokemon Day Pokemon Presents Live Stream Air?
Listed at just under 15 minutes, this new presentation will be quicker than the last few recent presentations. The stream will go live at 6 AM PST and 9 AM EST. Yet, some announcements might be anticipated as they roll over from past Pokemon Presents. One such anticipated feature is, of course, a Pokemon Home update now that Pokemon Bank is on depreciated hardware. Transferring Pokemon to Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl from past games is not present, leaving many fans wondering when TPC plans on implementing it. Pokemon Sleep is another case of mobile software that has yet to see a release. As a matter of fact, news in any form hasn’t been seen since its announcement. This shorter showcase could probably have a veritable section dedicated to releasing this long-awaited companion app to Pokemon GO. Whatever TPC plans on showcasing, be sure to check back for the latest in Pokemon news.
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