Pokémon Legends: Arceus ’latest trailer introduces major changes in battles


Nintendo announced a lot of new information to the highly anticipated Pokémon Legend: Arceus during this day Pokémon Introduces demonstration. In addition to Nintendo covering a new combat system, new regional Pokémon, and new skill trainers to catch them all, Nintendo also released a brand new, beautiful trailer.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus takes place in the Hisu region – a natural paradise full of different ecosystems and filled with all kinds of regional Pokémon. Your goal is to help the Galaxy Expedition team research and list the Pokémon in the area by assembling the first Pokédex.

Nintendo offered a glimpse Pokémon Legend: Arceus a battle system that combines classic Pokémon gameplay with a couple of new twists. One new feature is the Action Order bar, which shows the next turn of Pokémon. You can influence the order and frequency of turns by using attacks that fall into the category of either strong style or agile style. Strong style moves hit harder, but are slower and increase the time between the next attack. Agile style moves are weaker but faster, and using them gives you several opportunities to attack in a row.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus also introduced various Pokémon living in the Hisu region. Like Sun and Moon and Sword and Plate, Pokémon Legends contains regional variations of Pokémon that have been specifically adapted to life in the Hisu region. Some of these local variations, such as the Hisuian bravia or the spirit basculegion, allow you to ride them across the vast and varied landscape.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus is a bold new direction for the beloved monster captor. The game emphasizes free hiking through swinging grass as little biocides jump around, has already made comparisons Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It looks like Nintendo wants to break the previous familiar form Pokémon games by offering players a wonderful Pokémon-filled world and free time to explore it.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus will be available for the Nintendo Switch on January 28, 2022.

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