Pokemon Presents' Next "Big Project" Reveal Locked In For Tomorrow Morning

Pokemon Presents' Next "Big Project" Reveal Locked In For Tomorrow Morning

And it'll last for roughly 11 minutes.

We knew another Pokemon Presents would be airing tomorrow on June 24, but now we have a timing and a rough length for the episode. The reveal of Game Freak's next project will take place at right around 6 a.m. PT/9 a.m. ET.

The YouTube video for the presentation has already been put live, just below. Check back here tomorrow at the scheduled time, and you'll be able to watch the 11 minute presentation from Game Freak right here.

It was in last week's Pokemon Presents episode that Pokemon Company president Tsunekazu Ishihara announced there would be a following episode set for this week on June 24. The president announced that the Pokemon Company's next "big project" would be unveiled in this following episode.

You can tell this announcement has some weight behind it because one big project was already revealed in the Pokemon Presents episode last week: a new Pokemon Snap. After over 20 years of waiting, the game that first released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64 is getting a sequel, and it'll be launching at some point for the Nintendo Switch.

There were a bevy of additional, smaller announcements in the Pokemon Presents last week. Pokemon Smile, a smartphone app designed to help children brush their teeth is out now, and Pokemon Cafe Mix puts a tsum-tsum puzzle twist on Pokemon when it releases tomorrow for the Switch.

Right now, there's little information on what to expect from tomorrow's Pokemon Presents, aside from the unveiling of the next "big project" from the Pokemon Company. Since it'll last for 11 minutes, it's likely we'll get some additional details about the project aside from its unveiling, but we'll have to wait and see to find out.

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