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Along with today’s trailers, brand new details about Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon were added to the official website. The latest information covers the return of the island challenge plus the new Mantine Surf and Alola Photo Club features.

Find all of the details collected below. We also have several new screenshots attached.

Brand new trailers have just been released for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon: one in English, and another in Japanese. Watch them below.

As we get closer to the release date we will start to see more and more advertising for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Here is some promotional poster art as seen from some Japan retailers.


BELLEVUE, WA—September 13, 2017—During today’s Nintendo Direct presentation, The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo revealed a Pokémon-themed New Nintendo 2DS XL system, more details for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon and a special Celebi distribution.

During the presentation, it was revealed that the mysterious Pokémon shown on the packages of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon are in fact Necrozma. After taking over the Legendary Pokémon Solgaleo in Pokémon Ultra Sun or the Legendary Pokémon Lunala in Pokémon Ultra Moon, Necrozma becomes Dusk Mane Necrozma or Dawn Wings Necrozma! Dusk Mane Necrozma can use Solgaleo’s signature move Sunsteel Strike and Dawn Wings Necrozma can use Lunala’s signature move Moongeist Beam. Alongside these new forms of Necrozma, two new Ultra Beasts, UB Assembly and UB Burst, were also shown. Details about these mysterious beings will be unveiled later.

More Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon news has started to leak from CoroCoro. We now know that the Lycanroc will have a new Z-Move in the two games known as “Radial Edge Storm” which requires the Pokemon to know the move Stone Edge. Also, it has a secondary effect that eliminates field effects such as Terrain.

Additionally, it’s confirmed that Rockruff can only evolve into Dusk Form between 5 PM and 5:59 PM after level 25. The pre-evolution special Rockruff also has the ability Own Tempo.

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This month’s issue of CoroCoro has started to leak. In it, some new information about Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon is provided.

First up, the forms shown on the boxarts are fusions of Solgaleo / Lunala and Necrozma. The Solgaleo style one is known as “Necrozma Mane of Twilight” while Lunala’s is “Necrozma Wings of Dawn”.

We’ll keep this post updated as more leaks come in.


Later this year, a new edition of The Official National Pokedex will be available. It’s being updated for the newest Pokemon games, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Below is the official description:

Data for all known Pokémon species in the National Pokédex, including their different forms!

Key info on each Pokémon’s Evolutions and how to obtain them—plus Abilities, moves, stats, and more!

Lists of TMs and items that give details on finding them in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon!

Reverse Lookup tables for moves and Abilities—perfect for the competitive battler!

Amazon has Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon Edition: The Official National Pokedex listed for December 17. Pre-orders are open here.

Thanks to Wagner C for the tip.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon are receiving another special package. On Twitter, Nintendo just announced the Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon Veteran Trainer’s Dual Pack. It includes both games, 16 art cards, and 200 Poke Balls.

Also announced previously is the Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon Steelbook Dual Pack. That one will be an Amazon exclusive.


The drip feed of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Sun news continues. Today, a brief clip of the game was shown – specifically of a hiker at Wela Volcano Park. Check it out below.

Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon received a real life Z-Ring last year by TOMY. Similar to those two games, Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon are receiving the same treatment. TOMY’s website offers more details about the Z-Power Ring.

We were right in our speculation yesterday, but anyone likely could have guessed what the ring does based on last year’s version. When performing a Z-Move in Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon, the ring itself lights up, emits sound, and vibrates. TOMY promises a 4D experience of sorts.

Those in Japan will be able to purchase a Z-Power Ring Set. It’ll come with the ring itself, six Z-Crystals, a Collection Board, and a Pokemon Ga-Ole Special Disc (that Japanese-only arcade game). Pricing will be set at 4,990 yen.


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