The Biggest Revelations from Today’s Pokémon Presents


A Big Surprise rolls in from The Pokemon Company with a new Pokemon Presents Presentation, giving the fans a new update on Nintendo Switch’s Pokémon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl and Pokémon Arceus. That’s not all, we have updates on the new Free-To-Play MOBA Pokemon Unite, the five-year-old mobile game Pokémon GoPokémon Masters EX, and puzzle game Pokémon Cafe Mix. Here are the biggest announcements from today’s presentation.

Pokemon Unite heads to Mobile in September

Pokemon Unite Visual
Image Credit: Wired

The Free-To-Play MOBA is coming to Android and iOS on September 22nd. This game is currently available on Nintendo Switch but for Mobile Devices, it will be having a Cross-Play Option with the Switch. Mamoswine and Sylveon will be coming to Unite as well.


ORDER UP! Pokémon Café is Getting Remixed!

Pokemon Cafe ReMix Visual
Image Credit: The Pokemon Company

This touch-based puzzle game for the switch and mobile devices is getting a few new ingredients added to the mix for Pokémon Café ReMixed! The game will now have new puzzle elements, additional pokemon, and of course, Dress-Up Options. Did I mention the Pokémon finally get to eat?

The Minigames, Super Contests, Collectible Stickers, and more return with Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl!

Prepare for Nostalgia Overload, because these new remakes are bringing their A-Games as Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are bringing the original minigames back! That’s right, Super Contests, the Drowsing Minigames, Collectible Stickers, Secret Bases, and Customizable Pokéballs! Players will also get a chance to customize their outfits as well. To make things even better, a new Nintendo Switch Lite console, featuring Dialga and Palkia will be launching with the new remakes as well, the game will be released on November 19th, 2021.


Pokémon Arceus Mixes Up Battles and Four Pokémon

GameFreak showed off a tremendous amount of new details in the final portion of the Pokémon Presents Coverage, in this new Open-World Game, Pokemon Battle Mechanics have been tweaked for a whole new experience in a whole new region, Hisui. Players will have a few different “style” options for battling in a turn-based fashion — “strong” or “agile” styles, which change statistics on specific moves, depending on situations. Likewise, some Pokémon may be able to take a few turns in a row, based on their statistics according to Polygon. Let’s discuss the changes made with the Pokemon, listed above are the new Pokemon that will be introduced, Wyrdeer, Hisuian Growlithe, Hisuian Braviary, and Basculegion, a terrifying new evolution of Basculin. Wyrdeer is a Regional Evolution for Stantler.

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