Pokemon Z Release Date, News and Update: Pokemon Z will be Release after Pokemon Sun and Moon!?
Pokemon Z might still be release after the debut of upcoming games, Pokemon Sun and Moon.
Here's the latest on Pokemon Z Release Date, News and Update.
According to recent speculations, the basis for making a Pokemon Z is because of tradition. The Pokemon franchise is known to having a third version of the game, that showcase mysterious Legendary Pokemon in the region.
In the Kalos Region that is Zygarde, the mysterious legendary Pokemon that appears at Terminus Cave. Its PokeDex entry states that, "When the Kalos region's ecosystem falls into disarray, it appears and reveals its secret power"
That's the only basis we have for Zygarde's appearance in the game. Although the anime series is soon to tackle the origins and perhaps solve the mystery of Zygarde, a game revolving around the green multi formed Pokemon is highly likely.
The latest rumors indicate that the company might launch a new title later this year, which is not Pokémon Z. According to Ninten Gen, MetalDave unveiled that a marketing employee of Nintendo of America claimed that a celebratory anniversary game is slated for a launch this year in the form of Pokémon Rainbow. The employee shared "an internal US marketing budget and scheduling overview for 2016 focusing on Wii U and 3DS with MetalDave.
In our previous report, we talked about Nintendo announcing the future Pokemon titles such as Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon, many are now wandering if the highly hoped Pokemon Z may still be in development.
According to a report done by ECUMENICAL NEWS, fans of the "Pokemon X & Y" will have to wait much longer for the release of its successor, the "Pokemon Z," after rumors revealed that Nintendo plans to release another game for its 20th anniversary.
According to Ninten Gen, an unnamed marketing employee from Nintendo America claimed that a new game title is slated to come out this year as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary. The game, titled "Pokemon Rainbow," will most probably be released instead of the "Pokemon Z."
The same report also speculated that the Japanese gaming company will earmark $34.5 million for its marketing promotions. $10 million of the said budget will go to the upcoming "Legend of Zelda" Wii U.