13-minute Pokemon Legends: Arceus Gameplay Video released on Nintendo Switch

Did you like the game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Well, Game Freak has created an open-world adventure with a similar graphic style but for the pocket, creatures franchise or better known as Pokemon.

You can explore the new region of Hisui to learn the story of the new protagonists of the Pokémon title: Arceus. Not only will you have to follow the linear path like other Pokémon games, but the developer has put several tools to make the gameplay much deeper.

You will have to collect objects, use different tools to make elements to survive in this difficult region. The further you are from your city, the stranger creatures will appear, which you must learn to tame.


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As you can see in the Pokemon Legends: Arceus Gameplay video they shared on YouTube, you will have to approach in stealth mode and throw the Pokéballs. You will find tall grasses where you can hide to make an ambush.

On the other hand, you will spend several hours collecting objects from the ground and throwing your Pokémon into the open air to help you break crystals, which you can then use to create Pokéballs and other objects that will make your adventure much easier.

The ability to acquire raw materials in order to craft items is one of several significant gameplay aspects mentioned in the explanation. Healing supplies, lures, smoke bombs, and even Poke Balls may be manufactured, providing an additional motivation to explore the vast Hisui region. Fortunately, there are ground-based, water-based, and flying Pokemon mounts available to assist you to go from one spot to the next swiftly.


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