Get a Sneak Peek at the World of Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield with the Pokémon Live Camera Stream
24-Hour Broadcast Provides Trainers with an Opportunity to Get to Know Pokémon Found in the Galar Region
London, UK —September 27, 2019—The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced that starting Friday, October 4, at 2pm BST, Trainers will be able to tune in to a special 24-hour livestream called Pokémon Live Camera. The livestream will broadcast footage from a camera set up in Glimwood Tangle, a strange forest located deep within the Galar region in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Those who tune in to the stream will be able to observe the ecology of the Pokémon that live in this forest, and viewers may even notice things that surprise them.
Trainers can watch Pokémon Live Camera at Pokemon.com/SwordShield, YouTube.com/Pokemon, and Twitch.tv/Pokemon from Friday, October 4, at 2pm BST to Saturday, October 5, at 2pm BST.
Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield launch November 15, 2019, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ system. For more information about Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, please visit Pokemon.com/SwordShield.
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