Pokemon Presents August 18th - new details on D/P remakes, Legends Arceus gets release date
After making the formal reveal a few days ago, it's time for the latest Pokemon Presents livestream to kick off. Featuring 28 minutes of content on upcoming Pokemon titles like the Diamond and Pearl remakes, there's bound to be plenty of new information shown. The stream begins soon, so be sure to catch it live, or read up on the recap in this thread.
Pokemon Unite will be launching on mobile on September 22nd. You can preregister for the game, which will have crossplay with the Nintendo Switch version.
Sylveon and Mamoswine will be the latest Pokemon added in a future update.
Pokemon Cafe Mix is getting a revamp. It'll be called Pokemon Cafe Remix, and it'll feature new puzzles to complete. The update is coming this fall.
Pokemon Masters EX is celebrating its two-year anniversary. There will be plenty of events to go along with the anniversary and new trainers to pull.
Galar region Pokemon will be added to Pokemon Go, with the Sword and Shield legendary dogs to be featured in raids.
Next is new footage on the D/P remakes. Stickers on Pokeballs are returning, along with the Union Room. You'll be able to dress your trainer up, and contests are making a return too. The underground is back, along with its secret bases. It appears that you can find Pokemon there too now.
Launching November 19th, with preorders to open today.
Statues placed underground will determine special Pokemon you can find there.
Pokemon will follow you like HGSS.
There will be a special edition Switch Lite with Dialga and Palkia.
Legends Arceus is next.
There will be new forms of old Pokemon, such as Growlithe and Stantler. You can ride various types of Pokemon across the landscape.
Launches January 28, 2022.
Your base will be located in what becomes Jubilife City.
Cyllene will be someone that helps you in your journey, though looks like an ancestor of Cyrus.
Base camps will let you craft items for your adventures.
Your character can be attacked by wild Pokemon.
There are two styles, strong and agile. The former will lower your speed but give you power, while the other will let you attack more often.
There's a proto Pokedex you'll be tasked with filling out.
Wyrdeer is the evolution of Stantler, a new form of Basculin, and a Hisuian Bravery. Growlithe will have rock type moves.