Bellibolt, an electric-type frog, is the most recent Pokémon to be shown off before the November 18 release of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.
A few days ago, on October 12, Bellibolt was first teased in a video in which Iono, one of the game’s gym leaders and an influencer and live streamer, asked viewers to guess what her partner Pokémon is by giving clues like “squishy” and “two big ol’ bumps on its noggin that people always mistake for eyes.”
In a new video that came out on October 14, Iono showed up with her partner Pokémon, which was a brand-new one called Bellibolt.
Iono says that those things that look like eyes are not Bellibolt’s eyes. Instead, its eyes are right above its mouth, giving it a blank look.
The official website for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet says that the new electric-type Pokémon is “easygoing by nature” and that it can make electricity by stretching and contracting its body.
Electromorphosis is a brand-new ability for the franchise. It is used by Bellibolt. Electromorphosis allows Bellibolt to become charged when attacked, thereby boosting the power of the next electric-type move that it uses.
If you want to know more about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the Pokémon company put out a 14-minute trailer for the game. In the trailer, the company showed off some of the game’s mechanics and showed a new Girafarig evolution.
Not only is that the only Pokémon news today, but the Pokémon Company has also announced that Pokémon Sword and Shield will get their last update on November 1. It looks like the company is shifting its focus to the next generation of Pokémon, Scarlet, and Violet.
Elsewhere in the gaming world, Nintendo Switch Sports’ servers have been taken offline temporarily as Nintendo works to fix a bug in the latest update to the game. This means that the game’s online functionality is unavailable for now.
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