The Pokémon Firm debuted a new Pokémon Presents video presentation on Wednesday, revealing the newest information on upcoming Nintendo Swap video games Pokémon Good Diamond, Shining Pearl, and Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
However that’s not all; Pokémon followers additionally acquired updates on free-to-play MOBA Pokémon Unite, five-year-old cellular recreation Pokémon Go, Pokémon Masters EX, and puzzle recreation Pokémon Cafe Combine. Right here’s the large information from the newest Pokémon Presents (which sadly doesn’t embody an replace on Pokémon Sleep).
Pokémon Unite heads to cellular in September
Already out there on Nintendo Swap, Pokémon Unite is headed to cellular units (Android and iOS) on Sept. 22. The cellular model may have crossplay with the Swap model. Two extra playable Pokémon are coming to Pokémon Unite as properly: Mamoswine and Sylveon.
Pokémon Café Combine is getting remixed
The touch-based puzzle recreation for Nintendo Swap and cellular is getting revamped and renamed to Pokémon Café ReMix. The sport will get new puzzle components, further Pokémon, and new dress-up choices — and Pokémon themselves are lastly allowed to eat!
What’s new in Pokémon Good Diamond and Shining Pearl
The Nintendo Swap remakes of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl can be each up to date and trustworthy to the originals. Pokémon Good Diamond and Shining Pearl will function the originals’ minigames, just like the Pokémon Tremendous Contests, the Underground with the dowsing minigame, and your secret base. Gamers can even be capable to customise your coach’s outfit and even their Poké Balls with collectible stickers that add visible results to throw animations.
Launching alongside Pokémon Good Diamond and Shining Pearl is a brand new Nintendo Swap Lite console, that includes Dialga and Palkia.
Pokémon Legends: Arceus will combine up battles and 4 Pokémon
Sport Freak confirmed off how Pokémon battles will work in Pokémon Legends: Arceus — a particular variation on the battles we’re all conversant in. When battles start, gamers may have just a few completely different “fashion” choices for battling in a turn-based style — “sturdy” or “agile” types, which change statistics on particular strikes, relying on conditions. Likewise, some Pokémon might be able to take just a few turns in a row, based mostly on their statistics. The turn-based mechanics positively look acquainted, however the modifications look intriguing.