It is now one month left until the arrival on the market of Pokémon Sword and Shield Pokémon su Nintendo Switch, the two highly anticipated RPG titles that will introduce the eighth generation of pocket monsters loved all over the globe, and in the past few hours Serebii has revealed what will probably be the size of the digital version of the games.
According to the site, some download cards are already on sale in Japan to download Sword and Shield from the eShop, and the weight of the two games would be around 10.3 GB. Although it may seem little compared to the classic Triple A for other platforms, the new Pokémon have a considerable size for the Nintendo Switch standard. Suffice it to say that last year's titles, Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, weighed in comparison just 4.2 GB.
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