You can view the images of all these Gigantamax Pokemon below. With Pikachu's tail now fully glowing and a bit fatter.
No joke, Pikachu is one of the Pokemon who is getting a Gigantamax form and it makes him look like Gen 1 Pikachu again.
Still, it hasn't been revealed just how many Pokemon will be available in Sword and Shield. Pikachu to get it.
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On the other hand, it's bigger than previous Pokemon titles, such as Pokemon Let's Go Eevee / Pikachu which was 4.1 GB. Eevee save data to access it. Joy.
Check out the gallery of artwork below for the Gigantamax versions of Pikachu, Eevee, Charizard, Butterfree, and Meowth. These Pokemon will need to be found in the wild but should be great for these epic battles when they happen. They'll be the first mainline Pokemon games on a Nintendo home console and are set to introduce new storylines, regions, and Pokemon to the popular universe. Additionally, if you want a Gigantamaxed Meowth, you'd better plan on buying Sword or Shield early - it's an exclusive early-purchase bonus for fans who buy the game before January 15, 2020. Back to being irritated. Ugh.
Each new generation of Pokemon, the developers always try to introduce something new to keep the series feeling fresh despite the series having received nearly 30 sequels since the first game in 1996. No doubt playing on the 2006 "Longcat" meme, the ever up-to-date folks at Nintendo and The Pokemon Company may well have created the ultimate creature.