Sword & Shield's Camping Is The Most Humane Way To Capture Pokémon
Capturing Pokémon may seem like a harmless hobby, but morally it's not much different than keeping wild animals in captivity. This is especially true for trainers who capture hundreds of Pokémon during a playthrough only to keep the majority of them tucked away in a digital storage system. These creatures were ripped from their natural environments and forced to live inside Pokéballs against their will. However, there is a way for trainers to let the Pokémon decide whether they want to be on their team. Pokémon: Sword & Shield released on the Nintendo Switch in 2019, and continued the tradition of adding quirky game mechanics to the Pokémon franchise. For example, players were introduced to Pokémon Camp, which allowed them to hang out with their Pokémon.More...
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