These two games represent the beginning of Generation 9, which is sure to bring its own competitive meta, anime, and even Pokémon card series into the franchise, and we’re looking forward to it. wait. It’s still a while before we actually play these games, though, so for now, we’ll be scanning every second of the reveal trailer (and subsequent trailers) for languages. new languages, features, and of course Pokémon.
As any Pokémon player knows, with each generation there will be two games to choose from. This time around, it’s Scarlet and Violet (perhaps this is a callback for Red and Blue?). With the two different versions, there is always some difference between the games as well as the Pokémon that are specific to each. For example, Larvitar is almost always exclusive to one game when two are released. With Larvitar being seen in the Scarlet and Violet trailer, we wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be an exclusive once again.
Keeping up with all these exclusions can be tough, but luckily, we’ve got you covered. Here are all the version differences and the exclusive Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet – this is a live list, so be sure to check back often to find out what new things we’ve learned.
A new trailer released on June 1 showcased our first look at the two legendary box art of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: Koraidon and Miraidon, respectively. There are no words on entry, although our best guess right now is fire and dragon for Koraidon and electric and dragon for Miraidon. Here’s what they look like:
It’s important to note that it looks like players will have access to their respective legends from near the beginning of the game. These legends are great for mobility as they can climb cliffs, swim across oceans and other bodies of water, glide through the air, and act as motor-like vehicles on land. The various forms of Koraidon are called “builds”, which likely alludes to the past theme in Scarlet, while Miraidon’s forms are referred to as “modes”, alluding more to the futuristic theme. by Violet.
The big June 1 trailer revealed that for the first time in a Pokémon game, there will be two professors: Professor Sada if you’re playing Scarlet (left) and Professor Turo if you’re playing Violet (right). ). You can check them out below:
The costume begins
with only one trailer reveal and an official Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Page from Nintendo to continue at the moment, the starting skin is the only difference we’ve discovered so far between the two versions. To no one’s surprise, Scarlet’s starting outfit is bright red, and Violet’s original outfit is purple – wild, right? Here’s a look at the two different outfits in screenshots from the game.
Tower / Badges
In the June 1 trailer, we got a quick look at two towers that are clearly different depending on the game you’re playing. As for what these towers are, or what they represent, that remains unknown. However, it looks like the Scarlet tower has orange fruit badges while the Violet tower has grapes – perhaps local fruit will play an interesting role in this area:
These schools and respective icons are found in Paldea’s largest city, Mesagoza, and that’s where your coach attends. Scarlet players will find themselves at Naranja Academy while Violet players will be at Uva Academy.
Here are Scarlet’s exclusive Pokémon:
- Great Day
Here are Violet’s exclusive Pokémon:
- Iron pedal
As revealed last week, both games have a corresponding book: Scarlet book and Violet book. Although there is little official information about these books and how they work, Scarlet has Great Tusk while Violet has Iron Treads.
We’ll continue to update this story as we learn more about Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet.
What differences and exclusive Pokémon have you discovered so far? Let us know in the comments below!