Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: new trailer announced for June

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The Iberian Peninsula in Game Freak sauce returns to show itself tomorrow: the month of June opens with the trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Not long after two different speculative news on the Sony world, irony wants the most lucrative franchise of the Big N to officially talk about itself today: the first of Junetwenty-four hours from now, we will have a new trailer per Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. After about three months of waiting from the announcement, we will be able to understand how much more ambitious the “first open-world title” of the multi-billion dollar series will actually be. It’s not that the franchise hasn’t tangoed with this game design, given the Wilds of Galar (Sword / Shield) and Hisui region (Legends: Arceus). However, this will be the true open-world debut of the saga.

The new trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, for an early June of… Fuecoco

The first trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet gave us only a small taste of what we will be able to see tomorrow in that of June. We have already been able to savor more attention in the texture 3D models and decidedly less linear areas, presumably to the detriment of the return of national fauna (still a nerve among fans). We know very little, except for a regional map glimpsed in the trailers (that of the Iberian Peninsula), about the new titles. However, we are happy to see that soon this void will no longer be such.

The appointment is for three o’clock tomorrow afternoon (15:00, if applicable) on the franchise’s official YouTube channel. For the moment, we are only privy to some of the Pokémon that will return: in order of appearance we have Starly, Hoppip, Petilil, Psyduck, Combee, Drifloon, Meowth, Stonjourner, Clauncher, Pelipper, Swablu, Pikachu, Blissey, Seviper, Larvitar, Magnemite, Lucario and Dratini in the form of a statue (plus related evolutions and involutions). The starter they are the feline Sprigatito (grass), the reptile Fuecoco (fire) and the duck Quaxly (water). The games will be released at end of the year, although tomorrow we will undoubtedly know more. Hoping for more timely HOME support!

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Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.