Pokemon Sword and Shield releases trailer for Arc ‘Darkest Day’

Pokemon Sword and Shield releases trailer for Arc ‘Darkest Day’

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Recently, the movie Pokemon Sword and Shield has released a trailer titled “Darkest Day” (Darkest Day). Trailer introduces the next developments of the film with the participation of legendary Pokemon Galar region. Furthermore, the main villain’s plan was revealed.

Pokemon Sword and Shield will soon release a new arc based on the “Darkest Day” storyline from the game of the same name, and now the anime has released the first full trailer for this installment.

Starting this late October after the anime officially moves to the Friday time slot, this new installment will see Satoshi and Gou unexpectedly face off against many Legendary Pokemon and events from the end of the game’s story. Sword and Shield. This will be the first film focusing on deeply exploiting the plot and context of the Galar land after a long time.

Through the trailer we can predict the plot of Darkest Day as follows:

After a long time of traveling together, Satoshi and Gou have made remarkable progress (actually Gou, Satoshi is still too wasted), they continue their journey through many different lands. and wrote many new adventures. But things are not so simple, an extremely evil plan has been launched, many Pokemon have been turned into unintended Dynamax forms, this is a strange phenomenon that has never happened in this land.

Pokemon Sword and Shield releases trailer for 'Darkest Day' Arc

Pokemon Sword and Shield Darkest Day will be a part of Galar’s dark side exploit

Next is the appearance of two legendary Pokemon of the land of Galar, it seems they have sensed something extremely dangerous nearby. And at the end of the trailer is the appearance of a Pokemon with a weird and dark appearance. And not only that, Mewtwo also has an extremely cool comback, marking an extremely brutal battle behind.

Season 7 is in the Pokemon anime series, officially named Pocket Monsters in Japan, and is the 23rd season according to the international version titled Pokémon Journeys: The Series, which aired in Japan from the 17th. November 2019 on TV Tokyo, in Korea from April 8, 2020 on Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) and Tooniverse, and posted on the US online movie platform Netflix. The series is based on the video game of the same name by founder Tajiri Satoshi, going on to tell Satoshi’s journey (Japanese voiced by Rika Matsumoto, Korean by Lee Seon-ho and English by Sarah Natochenny) alongside The new main character, Gou (Voiced by Daiki Yamashita, Korean by Song Harim and English by Zeno Robinson) learns to use Daimax and Kyodaimax (Dynamax and Gigantamax, respectively), go on an adventure. all 8 lands in the Pokémon world, including the new Galar land from the 8th generation Pokémon game: Pokémon Sword and Shield.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Darkest Day Arc is definitely worth looking forward to

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