'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Latest News & Updates: Schedule Of 'Sun And Moon' Gamescom 2016 Livestream; What To Expect

By V Doctor , Updated Aug 18, 2016 10:49 AM EDT

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" is about to be released in a few months. As the launch gets closer, more details are being revealed which have gotten fans very excited. This latest input in the Pokemon franchise does not appear to take the usual course as it introduces a whole new revolutionized version of the classic game.

PC Advisor says that Gamescom 2016, which will be held in Cologne, Germany, is also nearing and Nintendo has announced that it will be live streaming the gameplay of "Pokemon Sun and Moon." Nintendo, however, will not be holding a press conference in the upcoming Gamescom 2016 and neither will Sony or Microsoft.

There are, however, still a lot of live streams that will be aired for a lot of different games. Following on the colossal success of "Pokemon Go," there is no doubt that avid fans of the Pokemon franchise will be looking forward to what "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will have to offer. The live stream for the game will be held on August 18 at 4 p.m. UK time.

Among some of the new features of the new Pokemon games would be the Alola forms. These were introduced online recently and have bridged the gap between today's modern Pokemon and the classic ones which the franchise started with. Players now have the ability to evolve their Pokemon into something that had never been seen before. Some of the Pokemon with Alola forms include Meowth, Exeggutor, Bulbasaur, Sandshrew, Vulpix and a whole lot more.

Another feature worth looking forward to would be the new powerful and unique attacks that each Pokemon has, called the Z-moves. These, however, should be used wisely since it can only be used once in every battle. There is also this new system in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" which permits a player to catch the same kinds of Pokemon, but with different versions. Different kinds of Pokemon will depend on the environments where they were caught. Finally, a lot of new Pokemon are set to be introduced and these include Formantis, Gumshoos, Mudbray, Minior, Lurantis and many more.

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