Pokémon Presents: announced the new event, date and time

Pokémon Presents: announced the new event, date and time

Pokémon Presents

With the Pokémon Presents of last February we saw the presentation not only of the much requested remakes of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, but we also had the pleasant surprise of Pokémon Arceus Legends; a new Pokémon title with an open world structure that has already attracted the attention of many fans. Now, The Pokémon Company has announced an upcoming event where the latest news from the world of collectible creatures from the Pokémon world will be shown.

The announcement came a few moments ago on The Pokémon Company's official social channels, where it has been declared that a new Pokémon Presents will be broadcast on August 18, a digital show in which we will see a whole series of new announcements related to this videogame brand. The broadcast will last 28 minutes, so we expect to receive a lot of information about the titles already announced and maybe some surprises.

In addition to this first preliminary information, we know that the new Pokémon Presents will include new details on those. which are currently the two flagship games of the saga; or the remakes of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl and the new Pokémon Legends Arceus. Certainly the attention is greater on this latest title, also because it is proving to be something different than what Game Freak has done in recent years with this brand.

Unbelievers, thanks.

Oh yeah.

It's gonna be 28 minutes of Presents.

Including BDSP & Legends news! https://t.co/75UXzfUz31 pic.twitter.com/tYexPcwuLz

- Eclipse 🌑 𝕯𝖆𝖗𝐤𝖗𝖆𝖎 𝖀𝖒𝖇𝖗𝖆! (@eclipse_tt) August 13, 2021

What we have received this afternoon is really great news, and we are looking forward to this new Pokémon Presents which, we hope, will become one of the most exciting presentation events as far as the Pokémon franchise. What do you expect from the new Pokémon information coming? Are you expecting some surprises from the next event?

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Pokemon Presents Confirmed For August 18th

Pokemon fans will finally get a new Pokemon Presents later this month. In addition, we’ll get news on some of the most anticipated upcoming games. This is a welcomed announcement, especially since we haven’t seen much information regarding titles like Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait much longer before we get a chance to sit in on this presentation, as it’s set to stream next week.

Recently, we reported on The Pokemon Company, stating news for the Pokemon Legends: Arceus will be coming soon. We finally know when the new information rollout will begin as the official Pokemon Twitter account alerted fans of a new Pokemon Presents. This presentation will be taking place next week, August 18, 2021, at 6 AM PDT. Likewise, the tweet states that Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, Pokemon Shining Pearl, and lastly, Pokemon Legends Arceus will be featured. There is a chance other announcements may come as well, but then those are three titles confirmed.

‼️Attention, Trainers!

Tune in to our YouTube channel on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, at 6:00 a.m. PDT for a #PokemonPresents video presentation featuring #PokemonBrilliantDiamond, #PokemonShiningPearl, and #PokemonLegendsArceus! pic.twitter.com/quBEdaCce2

— Pokémon (@Pokemon) August 13, 2021

Fans already know what they are in for when it comes to Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Pokemon Shining Pearl. After all, these are remakes of Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl. However, more fans might be excited about the next mainline installment to the franchise, Pokemon Legends: Arceus. This is a brand new entry that takes place long before other video game installments. Likewise, it looks like the developers are changing up some of the aspects of the gameplay.

For instance, Pokemon Legends: Arceus will have an open world. So far, it looks like the focus is building up a Pokedex, but we’re eager to see if more narrative comes out in this Pokemon Presents stream. Fortunately, there might be some familiarity to players as the game will be set in the Sinnoh region. For now, players can tune into the Pokemon YouTube channel to catch the stream.