New Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon Trailer Shows New Ultra Z-Moves, Dex Features

New Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon Trailer Shows New Ultra Z-Moves, Dex Features

According to Pokemon Ultra Sun And Ultra Moon listing on Amazon Japan, the game will take 3.6 GB of space or 29,500 blocks.

Necrozma, the Prism Pokemon introduced in Pokemon Sun and Moon, is getting two new forms and moves when the Ultra pair of games drop next month.

Pokemon Ultra Sun And Moon will feature exclusive Pokemon like every dual release. Necrozma can absorb the Legendary Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala, giving its Attack or Special Attack stats a massive boost. Players will soon familiarize themselves with Dusk Mane (Psychic/Steel type) and Dawn Wings (Psychic/Ghost type) Necrozma, which can learn Solgaleo and Lunala's exclusive moves, Sunsteel Strike and Moongeist Beam.

The new trailer for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon focuses on the two new forms of Necrozma and its powerful new Z-moves.

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The trailer also goes into greater detail regarding the Rotom Pokedex. Both moves have either legendary bring their opponent into another dimension before hitting them with a damaging attack.

The Rotom Dex will also have a happiness tracker in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, with ingame powerups (not valid in competitive play) being made available. As players befriend the floating PokeDex/Pokemon hybrid, RotomDex will unlock new abilities to make the player's life a lot easier. The abilities will be unlocked via a "Roto Loto" feature that gives out the abilities at random. When players bond with Rotom they can use a number of his features so that they can hatch Poke' Eggs faster and run into stronger Pokemon in the wild.

Also discovered in the story is a new Z-Power Ring which will be acquired in-game and can activate to use a wider variety of Z-Moves.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon release on November 17 exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

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