New Pokemon: Data miners accidentally leak new Pokemon on Scarlet and Violet before games release

A new Pokemon with the filename “pmMystery” has reportedly been added to the smartphone version, as noted by the @poke miners Twitter account. The file is called “pm1080”, which may suggest the Pokemon’s number is 1080, as further detailed in the same tweet. So far there are only 3D assets of this pocket monster.

A 14-minute gameplay snippet for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, released last month on October 6, led some fans to connect one particular Pokémon to another. This shows how to jump in Paldean Journey.

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As you can see, there is definitely something similar hidden under the video text. If this new species is the real deal, we won’t have to wait too long to see what it’s all about since Pokémon Scalet and Violet debut later this month on November 18th.

You can get more information about the new generation of Pokémon in the next article which introduces Pokémon, Scarlet and Violet, and their important characteristics. Stay tuned!

FAQs:

  1. When was Pokémon Go released?
    Pokemon Go was released on July 6, 2016. Pokemon Go was released on July 6, 2016.
  2. Who is the founder of Pokemon Go?
    Niantic, an American software development company, is the pioneer/owner of Pokemon Go.
  3. What is the key feature of Pokemon Go?
    The essential feature of Pokemon Go is that it is connected to Google Maps to locate, capture, train and battle virtual creatures called Pokemon. It guarantees real participation to follow a Pokémon along the way.

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