Pokémon GO: the Alola region arrives in March

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During the recent Pokemon Presents, an event linked to all the news of the Pokémon world, was announced on March XNUMXst Pokémon GO will undergo an update related to Alola, region where the Sun and Moon games are set.

As already mentioned at the beginning of the article, Tuesday 1 March 2022 all creatures belonging to the Alola region will make their debut in the Niantic mobile game. Starting with the starters, that is Rowlet, Popplio and Litten, shown in the presentation video first, all the other creatures of the seventh generation will appear in the wild on the streets of the world. Such an update will see as a prelude an invasion of Exeggutor.

These Exeggutors will be present everywhere, and will be shaped like Alola, in honor of the generation that has just been welcomed to Pokémon GO.

For more details on the Pokémon GO Alola event in question, we invite you to view the short ad trailer, which you can find at the head of the article or in the source. Although few details have been provided, the Alola generation has long been in the air, and awaited by all players.

In addition to this expected announcement, the Pokémon Presents was full of news and unpublished content. A updating on Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which introduces a new event and, perhaps, new plot details. This update is available from now, as it was made downloadable immediately after the end of the live.

Additionally, a bigger announcement was revealed at the end of Pokémon Presents: Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, the ninth generation Pokémon, will be released worldwide in 2022, although the exact date is not known. Developed by Game Freak, the new pair of titles will be open world, introducing the franchise in a definitive new game mechanic.

In the course of 2022 In addition, an anime series set in Hisui will be released, with an unpublished story and the setting of Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

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