It seems that 2016 will be home to a brand new generation of Pokémon, and they might make their debut sometime this year in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.
Nintendo hosted its Pokémon-focused Nintendo Direct today where it finally unveiled the latest generation of Pokémon. Although the company remained tight-lipped about the games’ details, we know that the games will release worldwide this holiday season. Nintendo also plans on releasing the latest new set of games in both Traditional Chinese and simplified Chinese. Nintendo also revealed that the current Pokémon X, Y, Alpha Sapphire, and Omega Ruby will re-release in a range of new supported languages like French, German, Spanish and Korean.
Nintendo revealed that the classic Pokémon titles that are releasing on the eStore soon, Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, and Pokémon Yellow, will also support the Pokémon Bank system. This will allow gamers to store their captured Pokémon in their bank, ready for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.
Surprisingly the company did not reveal any sort of gameplay for the new games, nor did it touch on the much-anticipated Pokémon GO and Pokkén Tournament titles set for release this year. Nintendo did recently revealed the opening cinematic for its upcoming Pokémon fighter, Pokkén Tournament, watch it in all its glory below: