Oct 19, 2016 06:48 AM EDT | By Tim Armstrong
Although a lot have already been revealed about the upcoming role-playing video games, "Pokemon Sun and Moon," fans are still thirsty for more concrete details regarding its full content. Game developer Game Freak and publisher Nintendo have already revealed several monsters and other information that fans could expect once the new titles come out on Nintendo 3DS. However, reports are circulating saying that there are more details left uncovered, which will be provided a few weeks before its official release date.
The "Pokemon Sun and Moon" video games are already scheduled to come out on Nov. 18; however, the game has already been a subject of numerous rumors and speculations since the beginning of the year. According to a report by Polygon, fans are still clueless when it comes to the games 'Ultra Beasts; however, Nintendo has recently confirmed to the publication that these monsters can be caught during the game.
For now, interested players still don't know where the trainers can capture these beasts; however, five of them have already by introduced. According to the report, most of the monsters have normal and shiny sprite and some speculated that there is only one beast of each kind that is available for players to capture in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." There are also rumors suggesting that these Ultra Beasts might turn out to be non-Pokemon at all, which means that they could be transmogrified humans. However, these reports have yet to be confirmed by the people behind the game.
Meanwhile, according to IGN, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" might introduce a total of eight Ultra Beasts. However, the number could be higher and fans will have to wait for the game to come out as there are more mysterious creatures lurking in the Aloha region.
As of the moment, fans will have to wait for Nintendo to provide more official details regarding the upcoming "Pokemon Sun and Moon." The company is expected to make an announcement before the release date next month.
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