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The game's music was primarily composed by [[Gō Ichinose]] and [[Minako Adachi]].<ref>[https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/we-interview-junichi-masuda-and-shigeru-ohmori-about-pokemon-sword-and-pokemon-shield/ We Interview Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori about ''Pokémon Sword'' and ''Pokémon Shield'' | Pokemon.com]</ref> Additional music was composed by Keita Okamoto and Toby Fox, the latter of which only composing one track.<ref>[https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/a-special-letter-and-song-from-undertale-game-creator-toby-fox/ A Special Letter and Song from Undertale Game Creator Toby Fox | Pokemon.com]</ref>
==Release==
A Double Pack was launched with the games on launch day.
 
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|-
! width="50px"|Region
! width="50px"|Dual Steelbook
! width="50px"|Single Steelbook
! width="50px"|Bonus guidebook
! width="50px"|Format
|-
|align="center"|Japan
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|Yes
|align="center"|Side-by-Side
|-
|align="center"|Americas
|align="center"|Target Only*
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|Front-to-Back
|-
|align="center"|Europe and South Africa
|align="center"|Yes
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|Front-to-Back
|-
|align="center"|Oceania
|align="center"|Yes
|align="center"|Yes
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|Front-to-Back
|-
|align="center"|Hong Kong and Taiwan
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|No
|align="center"|Side-by-Side
|}
<nowiki>*</nowiki>The Double Pack Steelbook Edition WAS available in Nintendo New York on November 15, 2019, commercing the game's launch. However, all copies of the Double Pack Steelbook Edition were sent to Target the following day. Nevertheless, they still produce the Double Pack Steelbook Edition but all copies made are sent to Target.
 
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