Pokémon Presents Announced With New Violet and Scarlet Info. Are you hoping to see the upcoming “Pokémon Scarlet” and “Pokémon Violet” games? If that is what you want, then it is time for you to get even more excited, because it looks like the Pokémon company has some great news for all of us.
With the release date set just around the corner, set for November 18, 2022, Pokémon now has plans to unveil even more details about the next generation of Pokémon games. This would be done during the next Pokémon presents, and it looks like “Scarlet” and “Violet’ are not the only titles that would be getting a new teaser.
Pokémon Presents Announced With New Violet and Scarlet Info
On Pokémon’s official Twitter account, the company teased the usual when it comes to Pokémon presents, a video presentation that is filled with news concerning the franchise. There are talks about “Updates on the Pokémon Apps and Video games,” as well as a distinct promise of details concerning the “Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.” With three months away from the release, it is certainly the right time to tease what is coming, although we are already a little bit aware of it.
Perhaps one of the most exciting additions to this generation as a matter of fact is that we would be seeing the multiplayer gameplay – something a lot of fans had been hoping to see for quite a long time. There ate also all-new Pokémon, a new region, and updated graphics. Even then, we still have not seen much of the new Pokémon, so let us cross our fingers for a gameplay trailer.
How to Watch The August Pokémon Presents
According to the Twitter announcement, the next Pokémon present is expected to take place on Wednesday, August 3, 2022, at 2 p.m. BST, which would translate to 9 a.m. ET. If you happen to be situated in a different time zone, make use of an online converter or simply head over to YouTube and stream it. There is a handy countdown that would tell you when exactly you would be able to watch the new Pokémon reveal. Also, you can sign up for notifications to be alerted as soon as Pokémon kicks off Live.
As is the case with the previous Pokémon presence streams, the video would most likely be pre-recorded, so that you would not miss it if you can’t make the stream. It would still be there for you later. Pokémon Fan-site Serebii speculates that his stream is expected to run for about 20 minutes which would get the company enough time to drop some important details not just on “Scarlet” and “Violet,” but also on other titles that they have on the franchise.
Expecting More News
It would actually make sense for there to be some news on “Pokémon Go” and “Pokémon Unite.” Fans might also be wishing for details on an alleged “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” for the Nintendo Switch, or perhaps the next iteration of “Pokémon Let’s Go.” However, what we require mainly is detail on the 9th generation of Pokémon games, so let us hope that there would be plenty of that waiting for us on August 3.