Ultra Beasts Coming to Pokémon TCG in New Trailer

by Edgar Hayes August 19, 2017, 1:04
Ultra Beasts Coming to Pokémon TCG in New Trailer

The trailer places focus on the tropical areas, stating "New Serets of the Alola Region Will Be Revealed", hinting that mysterious shadow cast over the land is due to legendary Pokemon, Necrozma. Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon will launch exclusively for the 3DS on November 17th.

On top of this, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon are said to include brand new monsters, on top of evolutions for Solgaleo and Lunala, the two Legendary Pokemon that were seen in Pokemon Sun and Moon, respectively.

Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon launched exclusively for the 3DS last year, but this year the updated versions of the game will be coming with more content. Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon are the names, and now the Pokemon Company has released new details regarding several of the new features.

The main characters that appear in Ultra Sun and Moon will feature new styles, allowing players to change their appearance at the beginning of the game and choose either Rowlet, Litten or Popplio as starters.

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The trailer also teases that "new secrets of the Alola region will be revealed", which will presumably relate to the Ultra Beast Necrozma.

If you're concerned that you played the first games and don't have much to look forward to with these iterations, worry not.

While it wasn't touched on in the trailer, the games' website reveals that Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon will feature new Z-Moves as well. "The colors of Dusk Form Lycanroc's body and eyes differ from those of previously discovered Lycanroc, known as Midday Form and Midnight Form".

New Z-Moves aren't the only new content, as players will be able to equip their characters with brand new equipment in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon. This powerful attack deals damage to both opponent Pokemon in Double Battles and increases each of Kommo-o's stats.

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