The latest Nintendo Direct showed off more of the upcoming Pokémon coming to Pokémon Sword and Shield.
More Galar region Pokémon was shown off, like Polteagiest a ghost ‘mon that chills in a broken teapot. Its body tastes like tea, which means that yes, you can drink it, though we’re told not to drink too much or we’ll get a stomach ache.
There’s also Cramorant, the flying- and water-type Pokémon, who keeps a fish in its mouth and spits it out at enemies when attacked. When using Surf or Dive, it’ll come back with a fish in its mouth. Luckily, the fish isn’t identified as any water-type fish Pokémon we’ve seen so far.
Pokémon Sword and Shield is slated for release on Nov. 15 for Nintendo Switch. The new game will introduce eighth-gen Pokémon and the new Galar region. Sword and Shield will also add new mechanics like Dynamaxing and Gigantimaxing. The game is also getting its own limited edition Switch Lite hardware on Nov. 8, featuring the new legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta.