The Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s Open-world region was revealed recently in a trailer. Paldea would be receiving the main setting of the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Taking the creature-catching RPG series to a locale inspired by Spanish for the very first time.
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet’s New Paldea Region First look
Set to be an open-world region, it is expected to span a range of biomes – from the green meadows to towering peaks, to the mountain ranges as well as several towns.
If you are expecting to find farming villages alongside port towns, and bustling marketplaces right on top. The largest city goes by the name Mesagoza, which, according to a press release is where the game’s two major Pokémon training academies – Naranja and UVA – are located. Just like the Pokémon Sword and Shield, you should be able to gain access to a map of the region by making use of your character’s Rotom Phone. Check out the new trailer below for you to get a feel for the world.
Terastallize to taste
As well as offering a new map and vaguely Iberian architecture to gawk at, Paldea also introduced a new Pokémon form. Just as Pokémon Sun and Moon added regional Pokémon, and sword and shield added the option to inflate your Pocket monsters to Supersize, scarlet and violet would allow you to “terastallize” any of the creatures that you catch.
You get to engage the transformation for any ‘Mons in Paldea One per battle, further enhancing their power and granting them a special ability. Their appearance changes as they shimmer like a crystal and get some very stylish bling popped right on their head. To be able to terastalliza a Pokémon, you would be required to make use of a rechargeable Tera Orb. They get juiced up using special crystals throughout the environment or by visiting a Pokémon Center.
Paldea Fully Open World
Also, Paldea happens to be special for being the very first fully open-world region in a Pokémon game. While the Pokémon Legends: Arceus brought about vast environments, they were not seamlessly connected and has to be accessed discretely through a central hub.
Scarlet and Violet would be changing that by blending towns and the Wilderness without loading screens or barriers. That is actually just one thing that we thought we needed to learn from older Pokémon games.