Every Pokémon reportedly leaked for Sword and Shield so far

A compiled list of the major leaks for Sword and Shield

Editor’s Note: The leaked images that were previously featured in this article have been removed due to a Digital Millenium Copyright Act claim from The Pokémon Company International, Inc. (“TPCi”).

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Just two weeks ahead of Pokémon Sword and Shield‘s release, several leaks about the new games have begun surfacing, including a ton of new Pokémon being shown for the first time. 

New reveals, Galarian forms, and even a few Gigantimax Pokémon have been revealed during the leaks and the number continues to climb as the leakers holding the information have more time to dig. 

None of these leaks have been confirmed by Nintendo or Game Freak, but the quality of the designs, various forms in which they are being shown, and the timing compared to the release date all point to the information potentially being accurate. So if you want to remain spoiler-free, please refrain from reading any further because images and brief descriptions about each leak are going to be shown. 

It is also worth noting that all images and information stem from Centro Pokemon LEAKS, LeaksPokemon, and a massive 4chan leak thread.

Starter Evolutions

Grookey was the first to have its evolutions leaked, starting with its second form Thwackey and then later, the final evolution, which we know is named Rillaboom.

Next was Sobble, where we saw the confused and sad little lizard evolve into the slightly sleeker Drizzile before becoming a smug-looking spy named Intelleon.

And lastly, Scorbunny had its final form leaked through the images of a strategy guide. The 3D models were then leaked, revealing Raboot and Cinderace.

Brand New Pokémon

  • Nickit and Thievul
  • Cufant and Copperjah
  • Toxel and Toxtricity (Forms)
  • Sizzlipede and Centiskorch
  • Silicobra and Sandacobra
  • Hattena, Hattrem, and Hatterene
  • Pinchrchin
  • Clobbopus and Grapploct
  • Dubwool
  • Morgrem and Grimmsnarl
  • Yamper Evolution
  • Carkoal and Coalossal
  • Rookidee and Corvisquire
  • Arrakouda and Barraskewda
  • Blipbug, Dottler, and Orbeetle
  • Skwovet and Greedunt
  • Snom and Frosmoth
  • Milcery
  • Chewtle
  • Stonjourner
  • Dragozolt, Arctozolt, Dracovish, and Arctovish
  • Dreepy, Drakloak, Dragapult
  • Sinistea
  • Indeedee
  • Applin, Flapple. and Appletun
  • Eiscue and Unknown Evolution
  • Falkins

Galarian Forms and New Evolutions

  • Galarian Meowth and Purrserker
  • Galarian Farfetch’d
  • Galarian Rapidash
  • Galarian Stunfisk
  • Galarian Corsola and Cursola
  • Galarian Mr. Mime and Mr. Rime
  • Galarian Darumaka and Darmanitan
  • Galarian Yanmask and Runerigus

New Gigantimax Pokémon

  • Gigantimax Kingler
  • Gigantamax Machamp
  • Gigantamax Garbodor
  • Gigantamax Lapras
  • Gigantimax Centiskorch
  • Gigantimax Coalossal
  • Gigantimax Hatterene
  • Gigantimax Grimmsnarl
  • Gigantamax Copperajah
  • Gigantamax Duraludon
  • Gigantimax Flapple
  • Gigantimax Gengar

Legendary Pokémon

  • Normal Zacian
  • Normal Zamazenta
  • Eternatus

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