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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: latest trailers and details (Necrozma, Battle Points), 3DS Theme

Today, The Pokémon Company uploaded what is most likely the final pre-release trailer for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, which focus on the mysterious Necrozma.

As always, there’s two trailers: the European/North American one, and the Japanese one!

The official website was also updated, and reveals that Necrozma holds a great secret. We already know that it can “absorb” Solgaleo and Lunala, in order to take on the overwhelmingly powerful form of Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma respectively. But in the screenshow below, you can see it enveloped in light… but what is that supposed to be, exactly?

We can also see a shining button, with the words “Ultra Burst” when selecting a move in battle. It’s by pressing that very button that Necrozma starts shining brilliantly… could this be some sort of Mega-Evolution-like phenomenon?

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon will let players teach new moves to their Pokémon (including those caught by passing through an Ultra Wormhole), using BP. But it’s not plain old moves we’re talking about here, but moves that cannot be learned b leveling up or through TMs. Basically, players will be able to trade BP for those at specific places on each island.

Players can earn BP by winning battles in battle facilities (such as the Battle Royal Dome, or the Battle Tree), but also by using Mantine Surf.

Here’s the latest batch of screenshots for the game:

Finally, The Pokémon Company announced that on November 17th, a special Nintendo 3DS Theme will be added to the Theme Shop worldwide. It features Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma, on the upper and lower screens. There’s also animated lights that sparkle when you scroll sideways, on the lower screen. As for the music, it’s the same theme that players hear when starting the game.

Here’s what the theme looks like:


Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon (3DS) comes out on November 17th, worldwide.



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