Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon have a new trailer and it goes by the name “Strange Evil” and is related to Necrozma and the strange wormholes leading you to other dimensions throughout the game. These wormholes are basically portals to the Ultra Space where you can find legendary Pokemon and a way to challenge Necrozma.
The player, with the help of Solgaleo/Lunala, is able to travel through Ultra Wormholes to explore different parts of Ultra Space. Basically, there are different Pokemon Ultra Spaces with the one that Necrozma inhabits being seen in the Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon October 4 Japanese Trailer.
In each wormhole, you can find legendary Pokemon, Ultra Beasts and unveil the mystery of the Ultra Megalopolis with new Z-Moves and new forms of Pokémon.
If you are wondering which Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon version you should buy then the answer is easy. If Pokedex completion is what you are after then you should know that each Pokedex is different. The Pokedex in Pokemon Ultra Sun is based on the Pokedex in Pokemon Sun and the same goes for Ultra Moon. So you might find it better to go for the opposite version this time around in order to help complete your Pokedex.
Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon will be the last Pokemon core title for Nintendo 2DS/3DS since developer Game Freak has revealed that the game has pushed the handheld to its limits. Now its Nintendo Switch’s time to shine with Pokken Tournament DX setting a new era in Pokemon games.
In other news, Game Freak actually released a statement about the possibility of new Alolan Forms added in the games, where they denied that any new regional forms would be getting added since they take place in the same location. However, they mentioned that there would be over 400 Pokemon available for you to capture.
Pokemon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon will launch on November 17, 2017, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS.