Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex Update Coming

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A Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex update is coming soon! Due to continued performance issues, an expected patch is due in February.

The Pokémon Company International announced that Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet would receive an update in February as the milestone of 1000 pocket monsters hits.

In a statement on its official website, The Pokémon Company revealed its plan to release Update Ver. 1.2.0 in late February with bug fixes and new features. Further details are expected soon.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex

Shortly after its launch in November, Patch 1.1.0 was released along with new features like Ranked Battles and bug fixes like the Elite Four’s music issue. Unfortunately, numerous technical and performance problems remained unresolved.

Though Pokémon Scarlet and Violet offer a good chance with their open-world gameplay, some reviews have said a lack of completeness prevents them from being truly successful.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex Will Contains All Available Options

The Pokédex contains all the Pokémon available in the regional Pokédex of Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, which can be found on Nintendo Switch.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex Patch UpdateOn December 1st, The Pokémon Company launched Version 1.1.0 shortly after the arrival of Scarlet/Violet. Unfortunately, this patch solved some technical complications associated with Generation IX titles.

At the start of February 2023, an expected mobile version of Pokémon HOME is scheduled to upgrade, allowing users to access their ranked match data from Scarlet/Violet. It usually takes around four months for Pokémon games to get interfaced with the storage service.

The update for Generation IX games is predicted to be released towards the end of February; however, it is unknown whether this patch will coincide with National Pokémon Day on February 27th. This yearly event pays tribute to the initial Japanese launch of Pokémon Red and Green on February 27th, 1996.

They primarily used it to fix the buggy music played during experiences against the Elite Four and Top Champion on the Victory Road route. In addition, it introduced Season 1 of Ranked Battles through Battle Stadium and “selected bug fixes.”

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Pokedex.

Issues with Scarlet/Violet’s technology may deter gamers from continued play, but some players have noted humorous or even eerie discoveries. One gaming streamer captured the scene when a featureless Non-Playable Character (NPC) face materialized in the middle of a duel with Director Clavell, an event many other players reported experiencing.

Specific faults, like a duplication bug that allows duplicates of items such as Miraidon and Koraidon, have benefited gamers’ progress. Whether any glitches linger post-February patch is yet to be seen.