A trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Valuable information has been revealed about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, such as Legendary Pokémon…

A trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

As the release of Pokémon Scarlet and Purple approaches, The Pokémon Company has revealed some valuable information about its long-awaited upcoming releases, starting with Legendary Pokémon that will serve as transportation.

At Pokémon Presents on Aug. 3, The Pokémon Company continued to lift the veil on the franchise’s upcoming installments that will succeed Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

To help trainers wait as best they can until November 18, the Japanese firm shared a short trailer designed to showcase the Paldea region, as well as new features, enough to make their mouths water, at least in theory.

No surprise, no sooner was the video released than it was already getting a lot of buzz on social media. As of this writing, the hashtag “Pokemon Presents” has over 26,000 tweets while “Pokemon Scarlet Violet” has over 56,000.

Encouraging news for Pokémon Scarlet and Purple …

While the promised open world in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is eagerly awaited by fans of the license, the trailer is rather encouraging. The Paldea region seems to be delivering on its promise, and the developers have even thought of one of the most atypical means of transportation to easily traverse it from side to side, legendary Pokémon.

In fact, with this new trailer players were able to get acquainted with Koraidon and Miraidon, legendary Pokémon that can transform into scooters, boats as well as planes. If in Pokémon Legends: Arceus it was already possible to use mounts to discover the region, here the developers decided to push things even further.

Thanks to these new images Internet users were also able to discover new characters, Pokémon, non-chronological arenas, as well as the new evolution mechanic that will be featured in Scarlet and Purple, the Teracrystallization.

Pokémon écarlate et violet

While many aspiring gamers said they couldn’t wait to test these “new vehicles,” they were far from unanimous in their praise.

While these images haven’t won over the entire Pokémon community, it remains to be seen how Scarlet and Violet will be received on November 18.