Next month, Pokemon Sword and Shield will have their final goodbyes, as the two titles will receive their final update ahead of Scarlet and Violet''s release.
It shouldn''t be too much of a surprise to hear that Sword and Shield have only one last update on the way, this one is expected for November 1, according to Serebii.net. The Wild Area News'' latest update will include a number of Pokemon that aren''t quite available, marking this is the game''s final Wild Area News update.
The Battle Stadium will not be upgraded 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 further online competitions are planned, although friendly events may still be held in Pokemon Home from December 1. The Pokemon Company will not be able to provide all of its Y-Comm features though.
Scarlet and Violet will be the first games in the series to open-world. There have been a slew of fun critics revealed during the release, with Bellibolt, who has joined Wiglett (who is definitely not Diglett), and Farigiraf, the new coach for Girafarig.
This new pair of games is adding a new gimmick -cough -, sorry, mechanic, called terastallizing. Depending on whether you''ve caught a special one or not, it may also modify its type, which sounds like you might pull of some interesting strategies, even if it is just a derivative of Z-moves and dynamaxing.
Details for Pokemon Sword & Shield''s future online connectivity have been released since November 1st 2022. Most features will remain, but some will not be updated.Details @ https://t.co/gDbXkIa6cr pic.twitter.com/SQaK9Xgl0P