Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Release Update 1.2.0
In a busy news day for the series, Game Freak is releasing update 1.2.0 for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, fixing several bugs and adding new features.
After a long day for the series, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet released the 1.2.0 update, adding some new features to the games. Today’s Pokemon Presents also saw its announcement Pokemon Scarlet and Violetit’s the first expansion, so it’s an exciting time for fans.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet faced a rough launch, with players complaining about the games graphics and performance at launch. Players are still finding new bugs Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, so updates since launch have yet to fully smooth out the experience for players. That didn’t stop gamers from flocking to the titles, as they quickly became some of the fastest selling POKEMON games of all time. With games continuing to sell at this rate, the POKEMON The franchise continues to show just how much of a force it is in the gaming industry, 27 years after it was first released.
The new patch has been on the radar in a busy day POKEMON news, but the news comes from Nintendo’s official website. The update, released today, mainly consists of bug fixes, however, it adds some new features to Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Specifically, players can finally connect their games Pokemon Go, and players can now participate in Online Competitions and Friendly Matches in Battle Stadium. The update also adds a number of new features to Pokemon Boxes, making them much more useful in the game.
Updates on Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will always be welcome, especially patches that add new features. With some players to compare Pokemon Scarlet and VioletWith PS1 graphics, games still have a long way to go to be what many expected them to be at launch. It would be easy for Game Freak to move on from the titles, knowing that the next release will still sell well regardless. But to the company’s credit, it seems committed to production Pokemon Scarlet and Violet the best games that can be made. Hopefully this level of support will continue after the release of their DLC expansions.
The POKEMON the franchise is in a really healthy place right now, with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet overwhelming sales figures for the series. However, The Pokemon Company will have to choose its next steps carefully to ensure it stays that way. With iconic protagonist Ash leaving the POKEMON anime, fans are understandably worried about who could take his place. And while Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Both sold well, the games arguably ate into the franchise’s goodwill in the gaming community. The next POKEMON The game will need to make some serious leaps forward for the franchise to ensure it remains relevant in the future.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Patch Notes
Recently added features
- The Nintendo eShop page for The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC for the Pokémon Scarlet game or the Pokemon Violet The game is now accessible through the main menu. For more details on The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC, visit the Pokémon Company.
- Trainers can now enjoy Online Competitions and Friendlies in the Battle Stadium, and entries are now open for an official Online Competition: Paldea Prologue.
- Players can now link their games to Pokémon GO.
- Additional functionality has been added for Pokémon Boxes:
- From a Pokémon’s summary, players can now change nicknames, tags, items they hold, and titles associated with the Pokémon’s badge or ribbon, as well as rearrange moves, remember or forget moves for Pokémon and use TM.
- Players can also now trade items they are holding by pressing the Y button when on Held items view.
- Players can now choose All the boxes while moving Pokémon or items to Parties and boxes view and Held items view.
- When at Battlegroup view, Pokémon in your Boxes assigned to a Battlegroup will now have their icons darkened if those Pokémon are members of the currently displayed Battlegroup.
- The News screen will appear when you go online from the main menu, just like it does when you go online from the Poké Portal.
Tera Raid Battles
- A bug could prevent an opponent’s Tera Pokémon’s HP gauge from visually reflecting damage dealt by certain moves (such as Play Rough) or damage dealt at the same time as certain status conditions apply, causing the Tera Pokémon’s HP gauge to fluctuate in an unusual way. This has been fixed.
- A bug that caused all Pokémon on your side to immediately pass out despite their HP gauges indicating they still have HP could happen in black crystal Tera Raid battles against Pokémon with the Mightiest Mark. This has been fixed.
- A bug that temporarily prevented a player from entering any game input could occur if a Tera Pokémon performed certain actions while the player was selecting the target of its move. This has been fixed.
- Errors could occur when someone logging into a Tera Raid Battle saw a different Pokémon appear on their screen than what the host saw. This has been fixed.
- A bug could occur that caused players who participated in a Tera Raid Battle from the Tera Raid Battles search screen to be taken to a Tera Raid Battle against a different Pokémon than the one they saw appear. This has been fixed.
- A bug that caused Tera Raid Battle crystals to stop appearing for a set amount of time could occur under certain conditions. This has been fixed.
- Type matches with fainted Pokémon will no longer appear when selecting a move or target during Double Battles.
- Fixed a bug where a Terastallized Zoroark disguised as another Pokémon via its Illusion Ability could have been identified as a Zoroark using Check the target selection.
- Fixed a bug where type matches for moves targeting a Zoroark that had Terastalized and disguised itself as another Pokémon via its Illusion Ability would appear based on the Type of the Pokémon that Zoroark had disguised rather than Zoroark’s Tera Type.
- Fixed a bug where the stats of a Dondozo with a Tatsugiri in its mouth were increased when the Dondozo used Order Up when the move should have been canceled (for example, by an opponent using Protect).
- Fixed a bug where Destiny Bond effects would fail to activate if a Pokémon Terastallized the turn after using Destiny Bond and then passed out.
- Allies after using Destiny Bond and then passes out, the effects of Destiny Bond will not activate. This is a bug and will be fixed.
- We addressed an issue that made the game prone to force closing in some locations. As a result of this patch, there may be fewer Pokémon and people appearing in certain towns or in the wild.
- Fixed a bug where a Pokémon that is not part of the Paldea Pokédex appeared as registered in the Paldea Pokédex after being acquired through a Link Trade.
- Certain actions prevented the main character’s expressions from changing until the game was closed and reopened. This has been fixed.
- A bug occurred for some players after Season 1 of Ranked Battles where visiting the Ranked Battles screen immediately after the season results were calculated caused an error immediately after receiving their rewards. After this bug, players were unable to participate in any more ranked battles. This has been fixed.
- Fixed a bug where a player might not have received the Master Rank Ribbon if they had declared multiple battlegroups but had not used the battlegroup in the first slot when winning Ranked Battles in the Master Ball Tier.
- Fixed a bug where a caught Pokémon might not listen to your commands as stated in the profile app (“Pokémon caught at Lv. XX or below will listen to your commands”) if that Pokémon was Link Traded to you from another player.
- Fixed a bug where new information might not be added to your Pokédex after receiving a Shiny Pokémon or a Pokémon caught by a Trainer playing in a different language via Surprise Trade if you already had that item registered in your Pokédex.
- Items such as Poké Balls could have appeared in certain areas unintentionally. This has been fixed.
- Bystanders no longer appear during certain battles that take place in towns during the main story.
- A number of other bug fixes have been implemented.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are now available for Nintendo Switch.
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