Jan 10, 2017 10:52 AM EST
'Pokemon Sun & Moon' News: Things We Know So Far About Pokemon Bank; Fan Theory On Komala Detailed! [VIDEO]
Most fans and avid gamers alike who are enjoying the highly-acclaimed game "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will be delighted to know that there will be more things coming their way this 2017. After the second Global Mission was announced just a couple of weeks ago, fans can also expect the Pokemon Bank to be headed their way. As such, sources have taken time to list down some of the things they know so far about the upcoming feature. In other news, some fans have also speculated their own theories regarding one of the game's peculiar Pokemons, Komala.
With the second Global Mission for "Pokemon Sun and Moon" done, players and, more specifically, Pokemon trainers can now tune their attention towards the upcoming Pokemon Bank update that was said to be arriving this month, iDigital Times reported. It was stated therein that the inclusion of the Pokemon Bank will allow players to transfer their older Pokemons to Alola.
That being said, the source went on to list some of the things that players should be wary of once the Pokemon Bank uipdate rolls out for "Pokemon Sun and Moon" in order for them to transfer as many Pokemons to the Gen 7 games.
First off, it was suggested to players that bringing in their Shiny Pokemons from their "Pokemon X and Y" or "ORAS" games to the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" would benefit them a lot. Despite not being able to max out their Gen 6 Pokemons, transferring them via the Pokemon Bank will allow them to do so through the game's Hyper Training.
Next, the source also suggested that players who were gifted with a Starter Pokemon with its Hidden Ability through a Mystery Gift event or through other means like the Friend Safari in "Pokemon X and y," can transfer these said Pokemons along with their Hidden Abilites through the Pokemon Bank in "Pokemon Sun and Moon."
In other news, fans have take nsome time to craft their own theory regarding Komala in "Pokemon Sun and Moon," Gamerant noted. It was speculated that the log was actually the Pokemon and not the koala-looking creature. This was reinforced by the fact that the Shiny version of Komala resulted in a change of color for the log and nothing else.
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