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More Details Revealed For Pokémon Ultra Sun & Moon

The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo today revealed further story information and new Ultra Beast details for the upcoming games Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon.

In Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, Ultra Wormholes were strange pockets of space that mysteriously appeared throughout the Alola region and were shrouded in mystery. In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, these Ultra Wormholes return and players can ride on the Legendary Pokémon Solgaleo and Lunala to travel through them to reach the various worlds that lie beyond. Players can visit many different worlds via these Ultra Wormholes—including Ultra Megalopolis! The world of Ultra Megalopolis is a place that has had its light stolen by Necrozma. Within this world, a mysterious tower-like building shines with brilliant light but whatever waits at the top of this structure is currently unknown.

In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon players will meet the Ultra Recon Squad, a strange group that have come from a world that lives beyond an Ultra Wormhole. Players will see the story told from different perspective in each version of the game, with Dulse and Zossie playing a central role in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Soliera and Phyco taking that role in Pokémon Ultra Moon. The Ultra Recon Squad bring with them a new Ultra Beast—UB Adhesive.

 

UB Adhesive

Type: Poison

This Ultra Beast’s head is filled with venom and it shoots this venom out from the poisonous needle on the top of its head. It is said to be intelligent enough to understand human speech and displays many emotions.

 

In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, players will be able to meet other new Ultra Beasts in addition to UB Adhesive. In Pokémon Ultra Sun, players will able to meet UB Burst, while in Pokémon Ultra Moon, it will be UB Assembly.

 

UB Burst

Type: Fire/Ghost

UB Burst has a head made up of a collection of curious sparks, which it can remove and make explode. It tricks targets into letting their guard down with its funny behaviour then, when its opponent is close, it surprises them by blowing up its head without warning.

 

UB Assembly

Type: Rock/Steel

This Ultra Beast is a collection of many life-forms. While it appears to be made up of stones stacked atop one another, each “stone” is in fact a separate life-form. When confronting opponents, the eyes on each of its stones begin to glow bright red.

 

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon launch on 17 November, exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. For more details about today’s announcement, please visit Pokemon.co.uk/UltraSunMoon

You can view the trailer here

Source: PR

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7 comments

  1. Are they… making a Pokemon multiverse? I’m both excited and wary for that.
    *points at the comic book world* Multiverses can be really successful or fail really hard.
    But if they’re are going this route, the chance of having entire games in these worlds is very exciting.

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      1. Oh you’re right! I completely forgot about that! ORAS was the one generation I skipped (because college, working jobs, and video games don’t mix well). Thanks for the reminder!

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  2. King Kalas X3 {I only buy exclusives that interest me on Switch. For everything else that interests me, there is PS4.} says:

    Awwww! UB Adhesive is so cute! I wonder what it’s Pokemon name is, though.

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  3. The real question is, can you trade these new UBs over to regular Sun & Moon?

    It’s not like they’re Griseous Orbs, Prison Bottles, Resolute Form, Red Orbs, Blue Orbs, Dragon Ascent, DNA Splicers, Deoxys meteorites, Rotom junk, Gracidea Flowers, or new Mega Stones. These are full living and breathing Pokemon.

    Keeping them exclusively on US/UM just to justify this game’s sales (but once again skimp out on the amount of new Pokemon in Sun & Moon) is just shallow and stupid. If Yo-Kai Watch 2 Freshy Souls and Bony Spirits can get an update for new yokai from Psychic Specters, why can’t these games?

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