The artist RJ Palmer, currently working for Ubisoft, has redone with a realistic style, close to that of the film Detective Pikachu, one of the three starters of the recently announced Pokémon Sword and Shield.
Of the three, what struck him most was Sobble, the aquatic chameleon, who liked not only him but much of the network to the announcement of Pokémon Spada and Shield. Palmer is famous for its ultra-realistic reinterpretations of Pokémon, which really liked the fans of the franchise, although some consider them slightly disturbing.
Be that as it may, his version of Sobble has slightly evolved from that seen in the materials of Pokémon Sword and Shield. Palmer made him closer to a true chameleon, despite having kept his sympathetic appearance.
Before leaving, we remind you that Pokémon Sword and Shield are exclusive titles for Nintendo Switch, scheduled for the end of 2019.
Sorry I'm late with this guy but I had to finish my real work before jumping in. Sobble is pretty dope, hopefully it stays a lizard through its evos. Also I feel like no one is talking about how it can apparently turn invisible. #PokemonSwordShield pic.twitter.com/UVagwmy4n3
— RJ Palmer (@arvalis) February 28, 2019
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