Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are making big changes next month

Game Freak is making a big change Pokemon Scarlet and Violet which starts next month. While the latest mainline installments in the pokemon series have proved controversial largely due to the myriad of issues and design flaws plaguing the pair of exclusive games, they are the fastest selling pokemon titles so far. In other words, a great number of people have played them and will continue to play them. If you fall into the latter category, this new change might interest you.

More specifically, Game Freak revealed that ranked battles in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet for Series 2, it will allow using Paradox Pokemon in single and double battles. And there’s no limit to the number you can have in your party, so you can line up an entire team of Paradox Pokemon if you want. The series begins on February 1 and runs through March 31. And that’s all we know at the moment.

As always, we’ll keep you posted as Game Freak provides more information. In the meantime, check out all of our past and past coverage of all things Pokemon by clicking here.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are both available on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED. Below you can read an excerpt from our official review of the pair of titles:

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is the most ambitious and progressive pokemon game yet, but suffers from some frustrating graphical and technical features,” our review opens. “The new pokemon games represent a transition to the franchise’s ninth generation of games and the first to truly feature an open world that can be explored however a player chooses. It continues an almost decade-long evolution for the Pokemon Games produced by Game Freak, with each set of games deviating more and more from the well-worn formula of the original Pokemon Red and Green games 25 years ago. But while Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is really a wonder to see as a POkay game, struggles to meet even the relatively basic graphics standards for a modern video game.”

H/T, Serebii.

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