Pokemon Sword and Shield may get an amazing new quality-of-life feature

Pokemon fans are a dedicated bunch: a lot of the most hardcore players have been supporters of the franchise since the first games came out in the West in 1998.

Since then, we've since the games migrate from platform to platform, generation to generation.

Over the course of GameBoy, GameBoy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and now, finally, the Switch, Game Freak has always made players manually save their games in order to record their progress between sessions.

It's taken the better part of eight generations, but it finally looks like Nintendo has learned its lesson and has implemented an autosave feature into 2019's Pokemon titles.

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