This is the Pokemon game announcement you’ve been looking for.

Nintendo held one of its regular Nintendo Direct online events on Wednesday, but this one was extra special. Because this was the official announcement of the next hand Pokemon RPG in the legendary game series.

Pokémon Sword and Pokemon Shield is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year. As the Pokemon: Let’s go, Eevee! and Let’s go, Pikachu! games released last year, Sword and Shield will be richly colored 3D adventures. Indeed, new games seem to have taken precedence over let’s go define how a Pokemon game should look like and pushed it to a whole new delicious level.

All credit must be given to Game Freak, the main developers behind all cores Pokemon securities. At this point they have done so many Pokemon games that it is hard to believe that there are still landscapes or environments for a Pokemon game to discover. But they seem to have done it again with Sword and Shield, where the protagonist begins amidst idyllic farmland and travels through bustling towns with impressive architecture. It is perhaps the most beautiful Pokemon game to date.

Although the visuals look like let’s go games, the game mechanics will be slightly different. In order to be accessible to both experienced and inexperienced Pokemon players, let’s go simplified many gameplay mechanics, such as giving players the ability to choose which wild Pokémon to interact with. From the trailer, it looks like running into wild Pokemon will once again be a random and unavoidable event, and you’ll have the chance to battle wild Pokemon before catching them.

Last but not least, the Sword and Shield The announcement also comes with information about the games’ three starter Pokémon, and as you might expect, the internet is already loaded with conversations about which starter Pokémon it will choose. For fire lovers, there’s Scorbunny, a bouncy bunny. Grookey is the grass starter, a cute green monkey with a leafy hairstyle. Rounding out the choices is Sobble, a water lizard who always seems worried.

From great libraries to glittering mines, from misty forests to a football stadium, Sword and Shield seems to have it all. And it certainly gives us a lot to think about while we wait to hear a concrete release date.