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Everything we know about Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the fresh Gen-9 additions to the continuing Pokemon series, are on the way. With three distinct questlines to pursue as you explore the Paldea region, the most recent entry in the Pokemon franchise claims to be the first open world in the main franchise. Along with the typical new elements you’ve come to anticipate from a Pokemon game, including a tonne of new creatures to gather, the game’s new structure promises some significant changes to the brand as a whole.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will launch on November 18, 2022, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, according to fresh gameplay footage posted in June. Scarlet and Violet are currently available for preorder. Additionally, Nintendo is releasing a limited-edition Nintendo Switch with the school crests on the Joy-Con controllers and the game’s two legendaries, Koraidon and Miraidon, on the dock.

Every mainline Pokemon game has a new area, and these are frequently loosely based on actual places. For instance, the Kanto area of the first Pokemon game was based on Nintendo and The Pokemon Company’s home country of Japan. France (Kalos), Hawaii (Alola), and most recently the United Kingdom have all served as inspiration for other locations (Galar).

Palden, the new region in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, is loosely based on Spain and its environs. Several Pokemon names and components of the new culinary techniques are influenced by this culture. The complete map appears to be about the shape of Spain based on the available artwork.

Only three Pokemon—the starters from which players will select one at the start of their adventure—was seen in the first trailer. These, as usual, belong to the three basic elemental categories of Grass, Fire, and Water. Since this has always been the case since the original Pokemon game, Game Freak’s adherence to tradition is not surprising

More Pokemon have appeared in later previews, including Pikachu and Psyduck, which are returning favorites, and even a Hisuian variation of Zoroark, which debuted in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. There have also been several new additions, including the cute Fidough, the bipedal Amarouge who resembles Mega Man, and the cliff-climbing crab Klawf.

Finally, Professor Turo and Professor Sada made their debuts in the second trailer. For the first time, the professor characters in a Pokemon game will be version-exclusive because those two will only be found in Scarlet and Violet, respectively. That might also imply that the plot will change between the two versions. Both the legendary’s and professors’ visual designs give some hints that the two representations represent a struggle between nature and technology. As per normal, you’ll also run into a friendly foe, this time a young lady by the name of Nemona.

Similar to Arceus, the game also has a cookery minigame where you can either purchase already-prepared meals or prepare your own. After that, you can either set up a picnic in a field or eat the food in a city. You will receive passive benefits from some dishes, such as increased odds of discovering a specific Pokemon type. You’ll discover various foods that can aid in catching a certain Pokemon as you play the game and put together recipes.

The game also features a cooking minigame similar to Arceus where you can either buy already-cooked meals or make your own. After that, you can choose to eat the food in a city or have a picnic in a field. Some dishes will provide you advantages without doing anything, such as increasing your chances of finding a particular Pokemon. As you play the game and create recipes, you’ll find different meals that can help you catch a particular Pokemon.

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