‘Pokemon Legends Z-A’ trailer: Mega Evolutions, Lumiose City return

‘Pokemon Legends Z-A’ trailer: Mega Evolutions, Lumiose City return
via ポケモン公式YouTubeチャンネル
Carl Samson
February 27, 2024
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About the game: Unveiled at the Pokemon Presents event on Tuesday, “Pokemon Legends Z-A,” developed by Game Freak, is the sequel to 2022’s game-changing “Pokemon Legends: Arceus,” which has seen both commercial and critical success. “Z-A” is set in the Kalos region from “Pokemon X and Y” and will most certainly see the return of Mega Evolutions, as teased by their symbol at the end of the trailer.
While “Arceus” is set in the past, “Z-A,” whose “Z” refers to the legendary Pokemon Zygarde, could be set in the future, considering the bit of futuristic imagery used in the trailer. The official plot, however, states that an “urban redevelopment plan” is underway to shape Lumiose City into “a place that belongs to both people and Pokemon.”

Release date: The Pokemon Company has yet to announce a specific release date, but “Z-A” is expected to arrive next year. The game was announced as being released on Nintendo Switch “systems,” possibly suggesting that it could be a Switch 2 launch title.
Reactions: The trailer has amassed over half a million views just seven hours after its release. Fans expressed their joy in the comments.
“This is the first announcement from Pokemon in a very long time I’ve actually been happy with. I’m glad Megas are back, and I’m VERY glad it’s coming out next year,” one wrote.
Another commented, “It’s exciting that the Z edition, which was once called a phantom, is being released as Legends this time!”
“The Pokemon series I first played was ‘X and Y,’” another shared. “I just finished my university entrance exams, so I’m really happy. Thank you, thank you.”
 
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