Pokémon Arceus legends: revealed the mystery behind the trailer style found footage

Pokémon Arceus legends: revealed the mystery behind the trailer style found footage

Pokémon Arceus legends

Finally the mystery of the strange found footage-style trailer of Pokémon Arceus Legends released a few days ago has been solved, which hid Hisui's Zorua and Hisui's Zoroark. Let's read the official description of the video with all the explanations of the case:

A few days ago, a researcher discovered a mysterious video about the Hisui region. Thanks to your contribution, Professor Oak was able to rebuild it and it is possible to see Hisui's Zorua and Hisui's Zoroark!

Despite looking scary, Hisui's Zoroark appears to have a protective attitude towards Hisui's Zorua. What else can we find out about these Pokémon?

For those unfamiliar with them, these are regional variants of a 5th generation Pokémon. According to the official Japanese page of the game, moreover, it is learned that Zorua and Zoroark are now of the Normal Type Ghost, while the forms of Unova are of the pure Dark type.

Before leaving we remind you that Arceus Pokémon Legends is an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch, which will be available starting January 28, 2022. To see the original video, still not decrypted, read here.

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New Pokemon teased for Pokemon Legends: Arceus

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Another new Pokemon will soon be revealed for Pokemon Legends: Arceus. The Pokemon Company has shared a 'found footage'-style trailer for the upcoming Nintendo Switch game that appears to end with a tease of a new monster.

The video documents a researcher's travels through a snowy area of the Hisui region, Pokemon Legends' setting. Although the footage is largely obscured by static, the researcher can be heard narrating what he sees. However, toward the end of the video, the researcher comes across a Pokemon he can't identify.

'Is that...a Growlithe? No, a Vulpix... No, not that either. The tip of its tail is red and swaying... Oh! I think it's turning this way! It's adorable... The white fur on top of its head and around its neck is so fluffy... Its eyes are round and yellow...' The video then ends on an ominous note as the Pokemon appears to spot and attack the researcher.

It's unclear what the monster teased in the video could be, but we've already seen a handful of new Pokemon debuting in Pokemon Legends: Arceus. The game's most recent gameplay trailer introduced a new evolved form of Scyther named Kleavor, and we've previously gotten a look at new Hisuian forms of existing Pokemon like Growlithe and Braviary.

This also isn't the first time the Pokemon Company has teased a new Pokemon through a documentary-style video. Ahead of Pokemon Sword and Shield's launch back in 2019, the company ran a 24-hour 'livestream' from Glimwood Tangle -- one of the locations in Sword and Shield -- during which we got our first look at Galarian Ponyta.

Pokemon Legends: Arceus launches for Nintendo Switch on Jan. 28. As an early purchase bonus, everyone who picks up the game before May 9 is entitled to a free Hisuian Growlithe kimono set for their player character.

Before Pokemon Legends arrives, Nintendo and the Pokemon Company are releasing Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl on Nov. 19. The pair are updated versions of the original Pokemon Diamond and Pearl games, featuring improved visuals and some welcome new quality-of-life features. Everyone who buys a copy of either title before Feb. 21 can claim a free Manaphy egg in-game.

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