A new Pokemon will be revealed soon for Legends: Arceus. They have shared a “found footage“-style trailer for the upcoming Nintendo Switch game that appears to end with a tease of the new monster.
This video documents a researcher’s travels through the snowy region of the Hisui region. The footage is often obscured by static, and it sounds like he is narrating what he sees. But in the end, he finds a Pokemon that we cannot identify.🤩
“Do you see the Pokemon in the video? It’s a Growlithe, or is it a Vulpix? Oh, not that either. Tip of its tail is red nd swaying. I think it’s turning this way. Its eyes are round and yellow.” Then the researcher turns away from the camera as something happens offscreen with an ominous sound effect.🙋♀️
⚠️ Calling all Trainers! ⚠️
A researcher has made a rare discovery in the Canalave Library: some mysterious footage that appears to document the landscape of the Hisui region…
— Pokémon (@Pokemon) October 19, 2021
It is unclear what the monster teased in the video could be. We have seen the new Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. The game’s most recent gameplay trailer introduced a new evolved form of Scyther named Kleavor, and we have had a look at Hisuian forms of existing Pokemon like Growlithe and Braviary before.
It’s not the first time that the Pokemon Company has teased a new pokemon through a documentary-style video. Before Pokemon Sword and Shield was released, they ran an event called “Livestream,” which lasted 24 hours. During this event, we got our first look at Galarian Ponyta.
Pokemon will be launched for the Nintendo Switch on January 28. If you buy the game before May 9, you’ll get a free Hisuian Growlithe kimono set for your player character.☺
Before Pokemon Legends comes out, Nintendo and the Pokemon Company are releasing Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. These games are new versions of the original, so they have better visuals and some other great improvements. If you buy a copy before February 21, you will get a free Manaphy egg in-game, so be sure to do that!