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Pokémon Sword & Shield Will Get A Special Pikachu After ISS Event – Bleeding Cool News

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In case you didnt see it, the company teased an occasion that would be taking location aboard the Japanese Kibo Space Module at the International Space Station to kick off the very first Lunar Sunrise of 2021. If you blinked you would have missed it as both Pikachu and Rayquaza appeared on the area station through Augmented Reality.
Yes, we can officially say, a 3D animated Pikachu has actually remained in space long before the majority of mankind. Thanks to Nintendo.But the whole ordeal does not end there! As part of an event of it happening, the company will be providing players a specialized Pikachu to celebrate. Now in both Sword and Shield, you can snag an unique git called “KIBOs Pikachu Gift”. This particular Pikachu comes with the relocations Thunderbolt, Swift, Wish, and Celebrate, which all seem appropriate to call in the new year. Plus its also holding a Comet Shard, because of course, it is, its been to area! This particular Pikachu is readily available through the Mystery Gift selection in the video game with an internet connection until January 15th, 2021. After that, youll simply have to shake your head in disappointment that for some factor, you spent 2 weeks not connecting online to snag a complimentary creature. Enjoy your totally free present as we sound in 2021 shouting “PIKA!”.

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About Gavin Sheehan.

Gavin is the present Games Editor for Bleeding Cool. He has been a long-lasting geek who can talk with you about comics, tv, computer game, and even pro fumbling. He can likewise teach you how to play Star Trek chess, be your Mercy on Overwatch, advise random cool music, and goes rogue in D&D. He likewise enjoys hundreds of other geeky things that cant be covered in a single paragraph. Follow @TheGavinSheehan on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vero, for random pictures and musings.
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In case you didnt see it, the company teased an occasion that would be taking place aboard the Japanese Kibo Space Module at the International Space Station to kick off the first Lunar Sunrise of 2021. If you blinked you would have missed it as both Pikachu and Rayquaza appeared on the space station through Augmented Reality. We have no idea if that makes them the very first characters from the franchise in space, because for all we know somebody could have smuggled a Psyduck aboard to snuggle with inside their weightless cabin years earlier. Yes, we can officially say, a 3D animated Pikachu has actually been in space long before most of humanity.

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