Pokémon Scarlet and Violet will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch later this year, and it seems trainers have still got a lot to learn.
If you are keen to get the latest information about this upcoming generation as soon as the latest updates are released, you might want to visit this new page on Nintendo's UK store page. It's calling for users to register their interest in these upcoming releases by signing up their email. You don't have to be located in this location to sign up, either.
Here are the details:
"Enter your email below to register your interest in Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet and receive emails about pre-orders and product news for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. A new Pokémon adventure set in an open world awaits in Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, arriving on Nintendo Switch in late 2022!"
At the moment, details about the next generation of games are still limited. What we do know is that it'll be set in an open world. We also know the three starter Pokémon: Sprigatito (grass), Fuecoco (fire), or Quaxly (water), and that some early pre-order options are already available.
Are you looking forward to Nintendo sharing more news about the new Pokémon games? Still busy with the other recent releases? Drop a comment down below.
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I already follow Serebii.net and Joe Merrick on Twitter, I'm good
Better watch out Nintendolife. A small, quaint news upstart is coming for you. Lol
I think after playing Legends it's going to be difficult to go back to a mainline Pokèmon game unless it plays the same way and gives the Player 100% freedom on what they want to do next instead of following a linear path. No more of this power outage nonsense that somehow creates a magical force field and a little man that prevents the Player from entering the area. Why would a blackout prevent entry into a city anyway? imagine if New York City was closed off to everyone in the event of a blackout 😂
I'll just stick with Serebii. I don't want my emails flooded with this stuff. Got enough of that alrdy.
Honestly, if anything, this probably means we'll be getting news next month, instead of in June... hopefully..
I just want to know if the catching mechanics from Legends Arceus are coming back 🥺
Might get me to return to a Pokemon game if it were in fact a pokemon game, but that spinoff Arceus style is no bueno to me. You fight to weaken a Pokemon to capture, that's just how it works, you don't Solid Snake around in bushes spamming balls at everything that moves. That just isn't my Pokemon.
Give us more of the Arceus gameplay or we riot!!!
I keep up with Pokemon news like an actual addict so I don't think I'm going to need this personally. Still a cool thing to have though.
I hope catching Pokémon and the battle system stays traditional, but that they keep the open world feel to it.
I want difficulty sliders in Pokemon. The fanbase ranges from 3-100 years old and the difficulty should reflect that. A simple way to do this is to have levels of opposing trainer Pokemon and wild Pokemon be raised in a "hard mode" in addition to more difficult movesets or even abilities to go up against. It would go a long way to progressing the franchise.
@SteamEngenius You can actually still do that to your heart's content in Arceus, in fact many stronger Pokemon require it, as do Pokemon who have spotted you. I don't see how an option that makes the game feel more realistic (remember all the times Ash threw balls at Pokemon without battling them first?) can be such a negative to anyone when they can basically ignore it if they really hate it after giving it a fair try, I was hesitant at first but quickly realized how archaic a countless onslaught of turn-based battles really is.
@TheBigK Same here.
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