Despite Pokemon being a huge success, the stories leave fans without much to do after the conclusion. Pokemon Scarlet, Violet, and other DLCs should make this a better experience.
Pokestop has been an immensely popular series for over two decades. Fans are drawn to the powerful and elemental world of these creatures. Game Freak’s success keeps them coming back for more. However, there does seem to be a point at which titles like Pokemon Scarlett, Violet, and others no longer offer enough fun experiences.
There is a limit on what you can do with Pokemon. Pokemon or any other monster-catching game such as Monster Hunter Stories: Wings of Ruin, players expect to be surrounded and entertained by amazing creatures. Pokemon Scarlet Blue are two new games in the series. Once the main story is over, the possibilities of the future come to an abrupt and almost tragic halt. While many Pokemon games provide post-game content to their players, it’s not something that will keep them away. Red, Violet should be the solution.
What Pokemon’s Next Game Needs To Succeed
Pokemon Scarlet (or Vivid): After defeating Sada or AI Professor Turo they’ll be told that they can re-challenge their Gym Leaders at maximum strength. After the Paldea region is completed, fans will be told all about the Academy Ace Tournament. It serves as a powerful gauntlet against many trainers, teachers, and coaches that they have met throughout their journey. After the Academy Ace Tournament, however, all narrative-driven post-game content Pokemon Scarlet & Purple will cease. This is a very common problem for the franchise.
In many Pokemon video games, fans have the option to unlock special quests and events at the final stage. In Sword as well as Shield there is an epilogue featuring Sordward (and Shielbert) While the adventure cannot go on forever, recent games have not offered any kind of replayable content to the game’s core features. It has left some players feeling frustrated that there is no way to get back to them. Many titles are a monotonous trek as you can only fight one trainer.
How Pokemon Scarlett or Violet: A Hidden Treasure from Area Zero That Can Give Life to Paldea
DLC may be a new feature in mainline Pokemon titles, but fans still have the option to look at what was done with Pokemon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass to establish expectations for The Hidden Treasures of Area Zero. Generation 8’s Expansion Package gave fans two sets each of DLC. Each set had its own stories, areas, and features. Some features were not completely locked behind the DLC. exclusive Pokemon that were caught in the Isle of Armor expansions or Crown Tundra expansions can be traced to people who haven’t purchased the pass.
It is not unreasonable to believe that The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero may include updates that make Pokemon Scarlet as well as Vivid a more worthwhile experience. The Indigo Disk part 2 of the DLC is expected to require the completion of the main story. To begin your adventure, you will need the Blueberry Academy.
All Pokemon Scarlet (and Vivid) are missing a gameplay loop with more depth than just battling wild Pokemon. Blueberry Academy being the “place where pokemon battles thrive”, it makes sense that the second The Secret Treasure of Area Zero DLC update is the best place to try out new mechanics. It would be great because players could see the battle school as a place to face multiple trainers. This will make it easier for them to get their Pokedex completed than simply encountering wild Pokemon. Pokemon Scarlet or Purple require variety in endgame content to keep the anticipation up for future releases.
Pokemon Scarlet & violet are available for Nintendo Switch now