New Pokemon Scarlet and Violet : Trainers will have the opportunity to visit Paldea for the first time when Scarlet & Violet launch next month. In a new trailer for the games to be released at 9 am Eastern Standard Time on October 6, more information regarding what exactly they can expect will be revealed.
“Calling all Trainers—a new Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet trailer arrives tomorrow,” Pokemon tweeted. Since Nintendo’s most recent Direct was shown one hour later than everywhere else last week out of respect for the Queen, there is no fear of anything being delayed for British fans this time around.
‼️ ‼️ Calling all Trainers—a new Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet trailer arrives tomorrow!
— Pokémon UK (@PokemonNewsUK) October 5, 2022
It is likely that tomorrow’s trailer will reveal much new information about the next games in Pokemon’s main series. Almost all trailers that have preceded it have shown at least one or two new Pokemon that will be introduced next month as a part of Generation Nine. Since Wiglett was revealed last month but did not appear in an official trailer, it is highly likely that he will make an appearance or two.
It is possible that the revolving door that has been determining which new Pokemon do people like the most will also be spun again. When Lechonk was announced earlier this year, it seemed improbable that any Pokemon released as part of Generation Nine would surpass it. That was until Fidough was introduced for the first time. When you present Pokemon fans with a cute dog made of bread, they will quickly forget about the adorable pig they were obsessed with moments earlier.
Scarlet & Violet have already been the subject of a great deal of information. There will be new legendaries that will double as bikes, and those bikes will be able to be ridden anywhere from the outset, and you will be able to participate in wild auto-battles. What lies ahead beyond the next games? According to a recent survey, trainers prefer a linear approach to Pokemon, or they would like to see more open world content.