Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, a leak would have revealed the return of over 220 Pokémon

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The announcement of upcoming DLCs on Pokemon Scarlet and Violet has already revealed the return of some of fan-favorite pocket monsters, but according to the latest rumours, it could be much more numerous.

The ninth generation chapters (which you can find on Amazon) have continued the new cycle of the series, offering only a selection of Pokémon from previous generations and “Cut” many other.

But according to reports from VGC extensionScarlet and Violet could follow Sword and Shield’s example and take advantage of the new DLCs to reintroduce many Pokémon add over 220.

So a much larger number than announced previously for the upcoming DLC ​​- revealed in a very disappointing event as we told you in our special – is this could bring back an understandable enthusiasm among historical fans.

Dataminer @mattyoukhana_ on Twitter actually discovered that a lot of hidden data from the internal Pokédex was suddenly deleted after the 1.2.0 update: a finding that should have a precedent right with games of the eighth generation.

A similar event had actually already occurred Pokemon Sword and Shield: According to a patch released after the expansions were revealed, all Pokemon that «turned off” finally They returned as DLC.

As a result, there are high chances that extensions of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet May they welcome you again 223 old pocket partners: We won’t publish the list below to avoid potential spoilers, but if you’re curious to discover them you can check out the full list below following address.

However, with no secure confirmation from Nintendo and Game Freak yet arriving, we always advise taking this news with the necessary precautions. We will keep you posted on our pages as more news arrives on this subject.

In the meantime, we can confirm that the developers are currently working on a new update to fix a glaring oversight of Patch 1.2.0 that it has even succeeded in reintroducing the famous plague eggs.

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