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Pokémon Presents: Pokémon Legends Z-A, Pokémon Pocket and more

Pokémon day is here! Here's what you missed at Pokémon Presents

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Pokémon Day is here, and to celebrate the occasion, The Pokémon Company hosted a new Pokémon Presents to catch us up on what to expect from the future of the series. We received updates on Pokémon Go, Pokémon Unite, Pokémon Cafe Remix, Pokémon Sleep, and two new games called Pokémon Pocket and Pokémon Legends Z-A.

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Pokémon Presents February 2024 begins in 50 minutes, and if you don't want to miss the show, we recommend tuning in on YouTube at 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm GMT. As far as expectations go, we're hoping to see some big new game to get our hype meters through the roof. While some will be looking forward to a new mainline installment, perhaps hinting towards a launch on the upcoming Nintendo Switch 2, I'd personally be more excited to see a sequel to Pokémon Legends: Arceus or a new spin-off title.

Some people, like our very own Stevie Bonifield, is most excited by the potential of a Black and White remake being brought to Nintendo Switch. As for me, the best memories I've had playing Pokémon are with Pokémon Stadium on the N64, so I'm admittedly quite biased.

Regardless, we're excited to see what The Pokémon Company and Nintendo are cooking up for this show.

Pokémon Presents February 2024 begins in 5 minutes. Be sure to tune in on YouTube, but if you can't make it for whatever reason, keep up with our updates.

The Pokémon event began with information about Tera Raid Battle Events for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, with the first of them beginning tomorrow.

Pokémon Go is getting a collaboration with Pokémon Horizons.

Pokémon Sleep is bringing Raikou to the game, with two other legendary following.


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Pokémon Unite is getting Miraidon, Falinks, Ceruledge in April.


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Pokémon is introducing a mobile game called Pokémon Pocket, where you collect cards, open packs, and quickly battle with them. It's coming 2024. It'll essentially be a digital way to enjoy the card game, with more of a focus on collecting and showing off the cards themselves. It'll also be streamlined in battling versus the original battle system.


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Pokémon Presents ended with a new Game Freak title featuring a city being built on paper before suddenly swapping to a cyberspace. Lumiose City is the random word we saw, and it's actually called Pokémon Legends Z-A. It releases simultaneously worldwide in 2025.