Next month, Pokemon Sword and Shield will announce their final goodbyes, with Scarlet and Violet''s first release.
It shouldn''t be too much of a surprise to hear that Sword and Shield only have one last update on the way, this one slated for November 1, according to Serebii.net. The Wild Area News'' last update will include a number of Pokemon that are usually not available, marking this is the game''s final Wild Area News update.
The Battle Stadium will no longer be updated with a ranked season from November 1, and results for the ranked battle season will no longer appear in Pokemon Home, the pocket monster storage box app. No more are planned, though friendly competitions may still be held in Pokemon Home from December 1. The Pokemon Company has said that all of its Y-Comm features will remain intact.
Scarlet and Violet are set to debut November 18 and will be the first games in the series to be completely open-world. There have been a variety of fun critters disclosed, including Bellibolt, who has joined Wiglett (who is certainly not Diglett) and Farigiraf, the next model for Girafarig.
This latest pair of games will include a new gimmick -cough -, sorry, mechanic called terastallizing. Although terastallization is a technique that may be used for different purposes, depending on whether or not you have detected a particular one, it might also change its format, albeit if it is just a derivative of Z-moves and dynamaxing.
Details on the Serebii update have been released for Pokemon Sword & Shield future internet connection from November 1st 2022. Some features will remain, but some will no longer be updated.Details @ https://t.co/gDbXkIa6cr pic.twitter.com/SQaK9Xgl0P