Pokémon Concierge Stop-Motion Animation Series Announced

    A concierge and her Psyduck meet new Pokémon.

    The Pokémon Company announced Pokémon Concierge, a brand-new stop-motion animation series in partnership with Netflix. The new animation series is set in a Pokémon Resort where a certain Psyduck appears. 

    Pokémon Concierge’s story centers around Haru, a concierge at the Pokémon Resort, and her Psyduck as they meet many Pokémon that visit as guests. Pokémon Concierge is developed and produced in collaboration with dwarf studios and Netflix. A release date was not announced, but a new teaser trailer was shared during Pokémon Presents

    Here’s an overview of the new animated series alongside the new teaser trailer, courtesy of The Pokémon Company:

    New Netflix Series

    Growing its diverse lineup of entertainment offerings, The Pokémon Company, in partnership with Netflix, unveiled a brand-new series titled Pokémon Concierge, which expands the Pokémon world with a new storyline and innovative stop-motion animation. Developed in collaboration with dwarf studios, Pokémon Concierge will be set at the Pokémon Resort and follows the story of a concierge named Haru and the many Pokémon that visit as guests. 

    While waiting for the new animated series, Pokémon fans may prepare for Pokémon Sleep this summer. In Pokémon Sleep, players may allow the mobile game to measure and analyze their sleep for research on Professor Neroli’s island. A giant Snorlax sleeps on the island and may attract other Pokémon with similar sleep patterns.    

    Lastly, Pokémon Concierge is coming soon exclusively to Netflix worldwide.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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