The Pokémon media franchise never seems to get old, as it released dozens of related video games since its debut almost a quarter of a century ago. Whether we’re talking about Pokémon Cafe Mix, Pokémon Sleep, Pokémon Quest, or the latest sensation Pokémon Sword, all of these games have something entertaining to bring to the users.
But Pokémon Sword deserves a higher level of attention these days, as an early debug version is supposed to have been leaked online. The Twitter user LuigiBlood has some details for us:
“Yes a March 2018 build of Pokémon Sword has leaked today, alongside from what I understood to be a December 2017 build of Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee that has yet to be extracted because it was leaked as a passworded ZIP file meant to be cracked using plaintext methods.
“And just to make sure: I haven’t seen anything about source code, just playable builds, nothing more.”
It’s amazing that a character like Eevee still receives some love from those responsible for the Pokémon media franchise, although he’s from the first generation of Pokémon. Furthermore, Eevee was known initially to be quite a weak Pokémon, as only even evolving could make him dangerous to various opponents. Eevee’s evolutions are Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon, Espeon, Leafeon, Glaceon, Umbreon, and Sylveon.
Pokémon Sword and Shield Released Physically in Korea for the Expansion Pass
A boxed copy of the Expansion Pass for Pokémon Sword and Shield was released in Korea several months ago. Thanks to the official Korea website of Pokemon, the new item is listed online. Even a download code is included, and you can use it to get a copy of the Pass from the eShop.
You’ll have to pay 29,900 won (about $25) if you’re willing to get your hands on the boxed copy of the Expansion Pass for Pokemon Sword and Shield.
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