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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Gets Release Date and New Trailer

Nintendo has announced a release date of 18 November 2022 for Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch. Alongside a release date, Nintendo and developer Game Freak also revealed a brand new trailer showing off new gameplay, characters, the next region and some of the Pokemon we can expect to encounter on our adventure.

The second trailer for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet released today confirming the game’s release date as well as its box art for Nintendo Switch. In the trailer, we meet some of the new NPCs as well as get a closer look at the Mediterranean-inspired coastal setting. For the most part, it looks like Scarlet and Violet is following the same open-world gameplay template first explored in Pokemon Legends: Arceus.

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Nintendo has provided a description for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet:

“Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet offer an open-world experience that only the Pokémon series can deliver—one welcoming even to newcomers to the series.​

You can experience a new style of adventure, with a world that you’re free to explore at your leisure and not in an order dictated by the story. You will, of course, journey to hone your skills as a Pokémon Trainer, but many more discoveries and stories await you. Meet a variety of people and Pokémon, and adventure in the world of Pokémon the way you want to.”

Have a look at the official box art below:

Pokemon Scarlet Violet Release Date New Trailer November

Nintendo’s schedule is beginning to fill up for the second half of 2022, with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet likely to be one of its biggest exclusive releases this year. Hopefully, Nintendo will also add a few more anticipated games to the end-of-year line-up to really drive home the value of the Nintendo Switch.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet releases on 18 November 2022 for Nintendo Switch. Watch the second trailer below.

Source: Nintendo

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