Pokémon GO is indeed a hit and with the rest of the world hooked on the game, it makes sense that Pokémon Sun and Moon are also gaining traction. More importantly, the success of Pokémon GO has also caught on tech giants like Microsoft.
Pokémon Sun and Moon Announcement
Pokémon fans have something to look forward to more than just the Pokémon GO updates. According to recent reports, there should be some news about the Pokémon Sun and Moon sometime around August 1, 9 am ET.
The Pokémon Sun and Moon website confirmed that there should be more information about the game soon. While the website did not reveal as much, Famitsu reached out the director Shigeru Ohmori and producer Junichi Masuda for more information.
Fortunately, there were some interesting bits from the interview that shed light on the gameplay changes / improvements, the setting, Battle Royal, potential linkage with Pokémon GO, and more.
According to Nintendo Everything, it appears that there will be a new region that will take inspiration from Hawaii. According to Matsuda, the team decided to base the region off Hawaii because several Pokémon World Championships have been hosted there.
The land is also considered energetic with lots of features like waterfalls, volcanoes and seas. The Pokémon in the game will also be designed according to their movements thanks to observations from two games of Pokémon in 3D instead of pixel art (X/Y and Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire).
Pokémon Go PokeGym Tricks
As for those satisfied at the moment with their Pokémon Go, there is a way to possibly win every time in the gym. According to Gamenguide, players need to find a PokeGym near their area, prepare their Pokémon and pick the monster with the most CP or the most HP.
It does not matter if the other Pokémon is on a higher level; players just need to learn how to master the “dodge and attack” move in “Pokémon GO.” The best way to know when to dodge is when a yellow flash displays on the screen.