‘Pokemon Sun and Moon’ Release Date, Gameplay, News & Update: Lighting & Glutton Added To Ultra Beasts; New Z-moves for Starter Pokemon!

By Kaye Reese , Updated Nov 15, 2016 08:16 AM EST
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The highly anticipated "Pokemon Sun and Moon" is launching this week, and fans can barely contain their excitement. The prospect of two new Pokemon games with brand-new Pokemon and new features is truly an exciteable prospect even without the constant slew of surprises about the latest installment in the Pokemon franchise. Still, new surprises and updates keep on coming players' way, as new Ultra Beasts and Z-moves are announced days before "Pokemon Sun and Moon" come out.

Which of the new Ultra Beasts and Z-moves should "Pokemon Sun and Moon" trainers watch out for? Here's the guide to catching Ultra Beasts and using Z-moves to your advantage: tips and tricks, cheats, hacks, spoilers and more.

New Ultra Beasts in 'Pokemon Sun and Moon'

One of the most anticipated features in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" are the Ultra Beasts, which have earned the same level of prestige as legendary Pokemon. They're fiercely powerful to have and are formidable in battle, so it's not surprising that trainers would want to seek them out immediately.

So far, there are ten Ultra Beasts currently found in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." Eight of them were discovered by dataminers, while two of them were announced by the Pokemon Company. They are UB-03 (Lighting, electric-type Pokemon) and UB-05 (Glutton, which appears to be a Normal-type Pokemon), according to Polygon.

New Z-moves in 'Pokemon Sun and Moon'

Apart from these new Ultra Beasts, Z-moves are also something to look forward to in "Pokemon Sun and Moon." A new trailer from Pokemon revealed that the three starter Pokemon--Rowlett, Litten and Popplio. Their next-stage evolutions each get one Z-move--Decidueye's is called Sinister Arrow Raid; Incineroar, Malicious Moonsault; and Primarina, Oceanic Operetta, according to VG 24/7.

Excited for the new Pokemon? Stay tuned for more news and updates on the upcoming "Pokemon Sun and Moon," which will launch on Nov. 18. 

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