Last Wednesday (1st), The Pokémon Company brought fresh new information about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. In addition to confirming that the game arrives in November 18the company released a second trailer that revealed more details about the next title in the franchise.
The new interface for battles, the immensity of the game’s open map, as well as different biomes (and climates) that will be present in the game were some of the points highlighted in the video. But some other interesting points may have missed the community.
Because of this, below are 5 things you may not have noticed in the new trailer for the game. Check out!
5 things that missed the new Pokemon Scarlet and Violet video
Pokémon Legends: Arceus definitely changed the course of the franchise, but one of the downsides was the exclusion of the iconic gym battles. Fortunately, Scarlet and Violet’s newly revealed trailer hints that they’ll finally be back.
The other good news is that the game’s official website reinforces the non-linearity of the story in this open-world adventure. This means that in the event of a return from GYMs, players will not need to move from one gym to advance to another. It will be all to your liking
Admittedly, the first video of Scarlet and Violet had already confirmed the presence of some pocket monsters from previous generations (such as Psyduck and Mangemite). But the new video shows that other pets like Gengar, Bagon and Venonath will also be present in the game.
- Cross-generational references?
That each version will have its respective teacher (Sada in Pokémon Scarlet and Turo in Pokémon Violet) you probably already know. But what you may not have realized is that the costumes of the characters can be related to the old and new generation.
It wouldn’t be strange if Scarlet’s outfit, for example, appeared in the game Pokémon Legends: Arceus — set in a period before the main games in the franchise. On the other hand, Turo’s pieces give a very futuristic “tone”, suggesting a reference between generations.
- Three initials at once?
Although the official website writes that the player will choose their “first partner” among the Pokemon Sprigatito, Fuecoco and Quaxly, a snippet of the video shows the character Nemona asking if you are the owner of the three initial little monsters.
In a minimally remote possibility that the player can count on the three right away, it is possible that this will last a short time.
- Centers and more centers…
The video reveals that several Pokémon Centers will be available across the map, which should avoid long journeys to specific cities. To improve the situation, the centers will apparently function as open stands, which should eliminate the need to enter and leave the establishment.
It is worth noting that Pokémon Scarlet and Violet arrives for the Nintendo Switch on November 18 this year. Until then, more videos should be revealed and may bring details about the region, characters and title mechanics.
Patience and fingers crossed, coaches.