Explore “sprawling landscapes and vibrant cities” in the Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet video games, coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.
The Pokémon Company International on Wednesday revealed more details about their upcoming mainline games, which the company said will include three new characters, a new region, treasure hunts, and more.
Players can find a number of locations – including a farming village and a bustling port town – in the region of Paldea, “a land of vast open spaces dotted with lakes, towering peaks, wastelands, and dangerous mountain ranges” for a player to begin their journey begins.
New Pokémon include Fidough, Paldean Wooper, Cetitan
Pokémon live not only among many people, but also in treetops, rivers, and other parts of the wild.
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More features include Poké Portal, Tera Raid Battles
The “Poké Portal” will allow players to trade and battle with trainers around the world, the statement said. Read also : NYCFC wants to repeat MLS after a change of coach.
Players now have the ability to change their character’s eye shape, mouth shape and “more” to look the way they want to look, the statement said.
Depending on the game you play, both kids and adults attend Naranja Academy or Uva Academy to improve their fighting skills and learn about Pokémon biology. Here, players are tasked with embarking on a treasure hunt across Paldea.
Tera Raid Battles, an all-new battle format, allows teams of four Trainers to face off against a Terastalized wild Pokémon.
A crown-like Tera Gem, found only in Paldea, can appear over the heads of all Pokémon, granting them special powers and “Terastalize” like a glittering gem. See the article : 10 video games that will improve your games.
When used, the Terastal Phenomenon enhances a player’s battle strategy and power.
Violet, Scarlet release date
The Pokémon Violet and Scarlet video games will be released on November 18, 2022.
Camille Fine is a hot visual producer on USA TODAY’s NOW team.