Fans are not thrilled about the fact that over 400 Pokémon are missing from the upcoming Sword and Shield.

Pokemon Sword and Shield comes out very soon and there’s been a lot of negative coverage thanks to the backlash from fans concerning the Pokedex and how it has cut over 400 of peoples’ favourite Pokémon (per CCN). The backlash and alarming rate of unnecessary death threats have resulted in #ThankYouGameFreak, but only after #Dexit.

The overwhelmingly negative response to the plethora of cut Pokémon from Sword and Shield has caused Game Freak to say that future games will continue to feature a reduced Pokedex in the future. This is likely to cause even more distress amongst the Pokémon community, but – per a soapbox from Nintendo Life – death threats and bickering online isn’t the right response to the bad news.

With that being said, fans have still voiced their discontent over the past week.

All the cut Pokémon from Sword and Shield

Over 400 Pokémon have been cut from Sword and Shield and this has resulted in allegations online that the game is a major step backwards from other Pokémon iterations.

You can find all the cut Pokémon from the below tweet and video.

“Absolutely unacceptable”

Following the news about over 400 Pokémon having been cut from Sword and Shield, numerous disgruntled fans on Twitter started and continue to spread the hashtag #Dexit.

However, in light of all the negativity, fans have recently begun sharing positive tweets with #ThankYouGameFreak to praise the developers for all they have given to the community.

Pokémon Sword and Shield launch for the Nintendo Switch on November 15th.

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