‘Pokémon Z’ to Star Three Legendary characters; ‘Pokémon Go’ maybe Release next month
"Pokémon Z" and "Pokémon Go" have good news for their avid fans. "Pokémon Z" will star 3 legendary characters, while "Pokémon Go" is slated for release also next month.
Christian Today says that "Pokémon Z" is not the only one making a buzz in the whole "Pokémon" franchise, but also the augmented-reality "Pokémon Go," the sequel of Z. And it appears like the sequel will be released earlier than expected.
But that is not the only latest news, rumor has it that "Pokémon Z" will be in the market in 2016. It has been noted that "it has already been close to three years since the preceding iterations were released ("X and Y" were released in 2013)."
Aside from those speculations mentioned above, the title of the upcoming role-playing installment has been the subject of inquiry from fans. This is because "Pokémon Z" will not have one legendary character but has 2 more. Zygarde will be joined by Xerneas and Yveltal, the Legendary characters from "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y" games respectively.
Fans have to stay tuned because it has also been reported that "Junichi Masuda, 'Pokémon' games director, is set to appear on the Japanese television show "Pokémon Get TV" next month." By then, fans will know when "Pokémon Z" and "Pokémon Go" will be released.
Vine report says that "The Pokémon Company's Game Freak" together with its mobile game developer Niantic, "Pokémon Go," has not released an official announcement about when exactly the RPG be available in the market. "However, reports claim that more information will be released next month" including "Pokémon Z."
The latest issue of CoroCoro magazine has only disclosed some information about "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y" games, stating that "players will get a chance to capture the legendary and shiny Xerneas, Yveltal and even Zygarde." But other details of "Pokémon Z" and "Pokémon Go" are reserved next month.
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