Pokemon UltraSun and UltraMoon trailer unleashes new Z-Moves


The latest trailer shows two new Z-Moves for Necromza, who fuses with Solgaleo in Ultra Sun and Lunala in Ultra Moon.

The main characters that appear in Ultra Sun and Moon will feature new styles, allowing players to change their appearance at the beginning of the game and choose either Rowlet, Litten or Popplio as starters. While players originally thought the games would be too similar to last fall's games, recent trailers suggest that this new game is going to be a wildly different experience. Once evolved, Dusk Mane Necrozma earns the Z-Move Searing Sunraze Smash, which has the creature warping its enemy through a wormhole before tumbling down a blazing column of light.

Hopefully, that wouldn't happen - the competitive Pokémon scene has, for the most part, maintained a remarkable amount of variety and balance over the years - but for those already thinking about new strategies in Ultra Sun and Moon, it's a fascinating possiblity. Dawn Wings Necrozma (a combination of Necrozma and Lunala) will have the Z-Move Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom.

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The trailer also reveals that Necrozma will have access to a new move called Photon Geyser, although its effects are now unknown.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon is shaping up to be much more than just a simple re-release. These will grant various modifiers, like a temporary boost to Exp. The abilities will be unlocked via a "Roto Loto" feature that gives out the abilities at random. When players bond with Rotom they can use a number of his features so that they can hatch Poke' Eggs faster and run into stronger Pokemon in the wild. Points or prize money that players will receive for a set period of time, while others might make it easier to catch Pokémon or have other effects.

Pokemon UltraSun and UltraMoon certainly seem to be a pair of fleshed-out enhancements, and you'll be able to check them out for yourself when both games launch for Nintendo 3DS on November 17.