Today’s Pokémon news: new content available for Pokémon Shuffle, but also…
- Pokémon Sun and Moon
- Kids story
Today is Tuesday, which means it’s time for some new content for Pokémon Shuffle! This week, we get the following:
- a special stage featuring Carracosta is now available, until November 29th;
- the special stage featuring Articuno is back, until November 22nd;
- the Pokémon Safari stage featuring Roggenrola, Boldre, Gigalith, Fletchling, Fletchinder, Numel, and Camerupt is also back, but until November 29th 2016. If you have already caught the Pokémon, you may get Skill Booster S, M, and L instead;
- the special stage featuring Talonflame is also back, until November 29th 2016.
But that’s not all. This week’s update also fixes a glitch impacting Mega Beedrill and Mega Tyranitar: previously, disruptions would stop after Mega Evolving. As for Mega Diancie, the power inflicted after it erases disruptions was buffed.
Finally, rewards are being sent out for the Mega Sharpedo competitive stage. Here’s the rewards you can claim:
- Top 400 players in Europe, Top 600 players in North America, Top 2,000 players in Japan = Sharpedonite + 3 Mega Speedups + 3 Raise Max Level
- Top 1,200 players in Europe, Top 1,800 players in North America, Top 6,000 players in Japan = Sharpedonite + 2 Mega Speedups + 2 Raise Max Level
- Top 7,000 players in Europe, Top 10,000 players in North America, Top 35,000 players in Japan = Sharpedonite + Mega Speedup + Raise Max Level
- Top 12,000 players in Europe, Top 18,000 players in North America, Top 60,000 players in Japan = Sharpedonite + Disruption Delay
- Top 16,000 players in Europe, Top 24,000 players in North America, Top 80,000 players in Japan = Attack Power + Disruption Delay
- Not ranked: Attack Power
You have until November 22nd to claim your rewards.
Pokémon Sun and Moon
Going to the Pokémon Sun and Moon midnight launch at the Nintendo NY Store, on November 18th? If yes, here’s some good news for you: plushies of the three starters will be available for purchase there!
— Nintendo NY (@NintendoNYC) November 14, 2016
Also: download cards for Pokémon Sun and Moon are now available for purchase in Japan. Here’s what they look like:
Pokémon Sun and Moon (3DS) comes out on November 18th in Japan and North America, and November 23rd in Europe.
Here’s a video uploaded today by The Pokémon Company in Japan, which is a cute little story for kids (only available in Japanese, unfortunately):