Pokemon scarlet and violet
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet leak exposes Shiny Pokemon are immune to being eliminated by the Let’s Go feature.
Shiny Pokemon cannot be knocked out while utilizing the new Let’s Go function, according to leaked video of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, which has helped fans feel more at peace about the new feature.
Shiny Pokemon hunters were left shaken after witnessing the new Let’s Go mechanism in action at the media previews that took place on October 21. With the use of this feature, players are able to release their Pokemon from their Pokeballs and send them into combat against wild Pokemon on their own.
Almost immediately, Pokemon aficionados started to speculate about the implications of this for Shiny Pokemon. They feared the worst since neither Game Freak nor the reviewers had provided any information, so they hypothesized that Pokemon playing in the Let’s Go mode would have no problem destroying wild Shinies.
Players were overjoyed that Game Freak had the forethought to incorporate this type of limitation, and it will come in useful when searching for Pokemon who have a Shiny form that is just slightly more conspicuous, such as Diglett or Tadbulb.
Leaked video from Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, on the other hand, disproves this phobia and shows that Pokemon have a fair amount of self-control when it comes to wild Shinies.
Shiny versions of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are immune to the Let’s Go mechanism.
A person on Twitter by the name of letsgoshiny was the one who uploaded the stolen footage.
It depicts the user using the Let’s Go option to send out the player’s Sprigatito that has evolved into its third stage to battle a group of Shiny Pokemon.
No matter how many times the trainer told the huge green cat to attack the Shiny Pokemon, it ignored all of his commands and continued to stand its ground.
In spite of this, the gamers’ primary concern is with the Shiny Pokemon that appear in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. In contrast to Pokemon Legends Arceus, the game does not provide a notification to the user once a Shiny Pokémon has been created, as revealed via a leak of information.
Instead, players will have to depend on their eyesight or resort to defeating every Pokemon they come across in Let’s Go mode in order to find Shinies.
Several days before Scarlet and Violet were released, the internet was flooded with images of all the new Pokémon in their shiny forms.
Every Generation IX Pokémon in its shiny form was revealed on Twitter by Centro LEAKS (@CentroLeaks). Several individuals expressed their dissatisfaction with the photograph when it was leaked.
Generation IX is the “worst generation for shinies,” according to @ACPenguins, while @SpiralThe5th wonders why “Gamefreak simply produce excellent shinies.” Some people nevertheless liked the shiny Cetitan, Pawmi, and the Sprigatito evolutionary line, despite the criticism.