Dec 27, 2016 07:37 AM EST
'Pokemon Sun & Moon' Official 'Alola Region Pokedex & Postgame Adventure Guide' Released In February; New Global Mission Revealed! [VIDEO]
It has already been a month since the acclaimed "Pokemon Sun and Moon" was released back in Nov. 18 and it seems that most fans and avid gamers alike are busy scouring through the region of Alola looking for the best Pokemons out there. As such, fans can also look forward in February of 2017 once the official "Alola Region Pokedex and Postgame Adventure Guide" arrives. For the meantime, these same fans can focus on the latest Global Mission that was just revealed this month, according to sources.
It was recently reported that the acclaimed video game, "Pokemon Sun and Moon," will have another official guide to be released next year, Siliconera has learned. It was stated therein that the official "Alola Region Pokedex and Postgame Adventure Guide" will be available in February next year, which will feature Pokemon moves, abilities, locations, stats, and Evolutions.
Moreover, fans can also expect additional information from this official "Pokemon Sun and Moon" guide, such as a list detailing Technical Machines (TM), items, Berries, and even the Z-Crystals.
It was also mentioned that the official Alola guide for "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will be released in both the standard and the collector's edition version, which comes with a price tag of roughly around 21 and 33 US dollars, respectively. Fans can already preorder the "Alola Region Pokedex and Postgame Adventure Guide" through Amazon.
In other news, it was revealed to fans that the second Global Mission for "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will run until Jan. 9 next year, Gamespot reported. It was said that after fans failed miserably on the first Global Mission, the developers have now rescaled and reduced the number of Pokemons needed to be captured.
As such, from the targeted 100 million Pokemons needed to be captured from the first Global Mission of "Pokemon Sun and Moon," the second event will now require fans to catch one million instead.
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