Here’s The Difference Between Pokemon Scarlet And Violet Versions
The second trailer for Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet was just released, and the difference between both versions is similar to that of other Pokemon entries. Despite the difference, it’s important to note that Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet are both versions of the same game.
For starters, both Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet will feature some exclusive Pokémon not found in the other version. In addition, the games will have their own unique Pokemon professors, namely Professor Sada and Professor Turo, as seen in the image below.
Professors in Pokemon games play an important role, as they serve as guides and mentors for the player. Those who opt for Pokemon Violet will meet Professor Turo, while players who pick up Pokemon Scarlet will be encounter Professor Sada instead.
Besides the aforementioned key difference between Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, there are some other changes, such as your base outfit being different depending on the version of the game you’re playing. Your outfit will appear orange in Pokémon Scarlet, and blue in Pokémon Violet. In addition, your trainer’s appearance will also be different across both versions.
It’s likely that it will be possible to trade Pokemon exclusive to each version with other people playing the other version, so that collectors can complete their Pokedex without having to spend on both Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet.
The second trailer for Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet can be seen below.
Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are forthcoming RPGs for the Nintendo Switch that were developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company in 2022. They are the first entries in the ninth generation of the Pokémon video game franchise, and they will be released on November 18, 2022, as announced in February 2022.
Scarlet and Violet will feature open worlds with metropolitan areas and open wilderness, with no distinction between the two. Three new beginning Pokémon are introduced in the games: Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly, as well as two new Legendary Pokémon: Koraidon and Miraidon.