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The Release Date for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Has Been Scheduled on 18th November 2022

As per the news floating around the internet, it claims a new trailer has announced that Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will be launched on November 18. The game will have a new open-world layout open-world layout and, for the first time, a four-player co-op.

The Release Date for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Has Been Scheduled on 18th November 2022


The trailer below shows off most of the environment of the new mainstream Pokémon game, as well as two new legendary monsters, Koraidon (who appears in Scarlet) and Miraodon (in Violet). The description on the Pokémon website goes like this: “These two Pokémon are said to have powers that far surpass those of other Pokémon, but details about Koraidon and Miraidon are still shrouded in mystery.”

According to the sources, we came to know about the game’s opener – the Grass Cat Sprigatito, the Fire Croc Fuecoco, and the Water Duckling Quaxly – but this trailer also shows off a few new regular monsters, including Lechonk, a teary-eyed truffle pig, Smoliv, a grass/normal type based on an olive, and Pawmi, a new electric mouse Pokémon.

As per the sources, Sada and Turo, two new Pokémon professors that appear in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, were also shown in the trailer. Additionally, we got a glance at Nemona, the player-new character’s acquaintance, who is a seasoned Pokémon Trainer and a trustworthy companion on your journeys.

As previously announced, these will be the series’ first fully open world Pokémon games. Something people don’t realize was that Scarlet and Violet will see a completely different framework. The site reveals that the games have included a world that we can discover at our convenience rather than in a story-driven sequence.

The Release Date for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Has Been Scheduled on 18th November 2022

Furthermore, we have found that the games would feature a 4-player co-op in addition to the standard trading and battle multiplayer modes. While the teaser shows Pokémon in the wild, it also suggests that we’ll be reverting to classic catching mechanisms after Pokémon Legends: Arceus introduced a new way to catch monsters.

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