Nintendo has recently confirmed that a “Pokémon Sword and Shield” livestream will be happening next week. The company didn’t tease about the reveals in this 15-minute Nintendo Direct. 

According to the official Nintendo Facebook page, the “Pokémon Sword and Shield” Nintendo Direct would start at 6 a.m PT on June 5. The whole livestream will last 15 minutes long and discuss mostly about “Pokémon Sword and Shield” content. However, Nintendo didn’t mention anything else about the specifics of this livestream.

In the previous reveals, the new "Pokémon Sword and Shield" showed a peek into the new Galar region, which is based on the United Kingdom. European countryside and city infrastructure can be expected from this entry.

Moreover, the three new starter Pokémon such as the Grass-type Grookey, Water-type Sobble and Fire-type Scorbunny were also revealed. As for their evolutions, Nintendo has yet to reveal any of their next forms. Nintendo has not disclosed information about the other new creatures that will be added to the growing Pokedex as well. 

Nintendo has successfully introduced the new region and some of the new creatures but didn’t show any of its unique systems. In every "Pokémon" iteration, Nintendo and Game Freak introduce a new system and features that improves the experience of the players. These changes could come in the form of a new battle system or a new quality-of-life system that allows players to spend time with their Pokémon in a different way.

It’s been a while since Nintendo talked about the "Pokémon Sword & Shield" games. While the 15-minute session seems like a short time, the Nintendo Direct’s livestream date is near the gaming convention E3 2019. Nintendo is going to hold one of the major press conferences at the big event. We’ve yet to know if Nintendo will allot some time to show any reveals for the "Pokémon" games at this event.

For now, fans can only wait for what Nintendo and Game Freak are cooking up for the latest entry of the "Pokémon" series.