Pokemon Sun And Moon To Feature A Chat Option For Global Trade System

By   /   Nov 7, 2016
Pokemon Sun and Moon leak

Back in 2006 developer Game Freak, introduced Global Trade System with Pokemon Diamond And Pearl. The system became very popular among Pokemon fans, and this system has been featured in every Pokemon game since, and will definitely be available in Pokemon Sun And Moon.

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Not only Game Freak will include Global Trade System to Pokemon Sun And Moon but this system will come with a couple of enhancements including a simple chat mode. Speaking with GamesMaster(via Nintendo Everything), Junichi Masuda, the composer behind the music for Pokemon Sun And Moon, revealed quite some details about these new features.

This time around we’ve also added the Quick-Link feature where you can quickly open a trade with another player, and just get straight into it like that. There’s also a simple chat feature in there so you can exchange fun greetings or messages with other players, so we really think that these sorts of small additions will add an extra layer of enjoyment to the communication features.

The game is 10 days away from launch, and still Pokemon Sun And Moon has made history, as the game is now the most pre-ordered game in the history of Nintendo 3DS. The reason for the high number of pre-orders could be because of the success of Pokemon Go.

Also pre-load for Pokemon Sun & Moon is available for those who pre-ordered the game, so that they can get in the action as soon as the game unlocks, without waiting for the game to download and install on launch day.

Pokemon Sun And Moon is a RPG developed by Game Freak, and it is scheduled to launch on November 18, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS. Also 2DS Bundles for the game will be available on November 23.