Pokemon Day is kicking off the celebration with a Pokemon Presents showcase that’s set to air on February 27 at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM GMT.
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The last Pokemon Presents presentation went live on August 2022 so fans of the popular Nintendo franchise are understandably excited for the upcoming exhibit. Last year’s Pokémon Day news included the reveal of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
There will surely be a ton of surprises in store for all viewers, so here’s how you’ll be able to watch the stream once it goes live.
How to Watch Pokemon Presents 2023
You’ll be able to watch the upcoming Pokemon Presents showcase through the official Pokemon YouTube channel. Much like previous celebrations, they will only be livestreaming all of their announcements through this method so make sure to tune in once it airs. You can also check it out below.
Although nothing specific has been revealed yet, the accompanying GIF included with the official announcement featured Kanto Pokemon sprites and the original theme song of classic Pokemon titles. This has led to players speculating that the livestream may include details or possible remakes of the ever-popular Game Boy entries.
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It’s worth noting that since GB and GBA games are now available on the Switch, an announcement regarding the inclusion of these classic Pokemon games could be made during the presentation. Since this is merely speculation, you’ll still need to take it with a grain of salt as The Pokemon Company may end up going in a completely different direction instead.
So far for Pokémon Day, the official Pokémon YouTube channel in Japan has published a 57 minute video of the original Pokémon Red and Green soundtrack to YouTube to stir up fans nostalgic memories. Check it out below.
Whatever the developers end up revealing during the festivities, fans of the franchise will surely be happy just to have some form of news about their favorite franchise. Hopefully though, it doesn’t just include patch notes as that would surely put a damper on everyone’s spirits.
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