The Pokémon Company has revealed new information regarding the future of the Pokémon series in a Pokémon Presents live-stream that aired on August 8th, 2023. The presentation featured updates on Pokémon apps and games, including Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. You can check out a complete news recap for the live-stream below!


The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero Part 1: The Teal Mask

The first adventure in The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero, the new DLC for the blockbuster Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet video games, will launch on September 13, 2023. In Part 1: The Teal Mask, players take a school trip to the land of Kitakami, where they join an outdoors study program held jointly between their academy and another school. Players can look forward to meeting Pokémon not found in the Paldea region while unearthing the mysteries behind an old Kitakami folktale. More details about Part 2: The Indigo Disk will be revealed at a later date.

Get Mew & Mewtwo! In-Game Event

A special in-game event, Get Mew & Mewtwo!, will take place in Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, marking the debut of the Mythical Pokémon Mew and the Legendary Pokémon Mewtwo in the Paldea region. Beginning today through September 18, 2023, at 3:59 p.m. BST, players can add Mew to their team by entering the password GETY0URMEW in the Mystery Gift menu. In addition, a special Tera Raid Battle event will take place between September 1, 2023, at 1:00 a.m. BST and September 18, 2023, at 0:59 a.m. BST. In this event, players can challenge and catch a Mewtwo with the Mightiest Mark. A new trailer for Get Mew & Mewtwo! can be found here.

Pokémon: Paldean Winds

The Pokémon Company International announced a new animated web series titled Pokémon: Paldean Winds, which brings the Paldea region to life in an all-new way. This limited original series follows three academy students—Ohara, Aliquis, and Hohma—on their journey of growth and learning while attending school. Fans can look forward to watching Pokémon: Paldean Winds on the official Pokémon YouTube channel coming soon.


Detective Pikachu Returns

Releasing exclusively for Nintendo Switch on October 6, 2023, the Detective Pikachu Returns video game is now available for preorder on Nintendo eShop and at participating retailers and online stores. This new title stars the one and only tough-talking, coffee-loving, great Detective Pikachu and his trusty partner, Tim Goodman. With the help of many other Pokémon, Tim and Pikachu work together to solve a series of mysterious incidents occurring in Ryme City, a place where humans and Pokémon live side by side. The latest trailer for Detective Pikachu Returns can be found here.

Pokémon: Path to the Peak

As revealed in today’s Pokémon Presents, The Pokémon Company International will premiere a short animated series titled Pokémon: Path to the Peak on August 11, 2023, during a special screening at the 2023 Pokémon World Championships, taking place at the PACIFICO Yokohama. Viewers will follow Ava and her partner Pokémon, Oddish, on their journey to rise to the top in the world of competitive Pokémon Trading Card Game play. Fans around the world will also be able to watch the first episode on the official Pokémon YouTube channel on August 11.

New updates and experiences were also revealed for popular mobile games across the franchise, including Pokémon GO, Pokémon Sleep, Pokémon UNITE, Pokémon Masters EX, and Pokémon Café ReMix. In addition, The Pokémon Company International also announced that the bestselling Pokémon Trading Card Game video game will be coming to Game Boy – Nintendo Switch Online, as well as Pokémon Stadium 2 to Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online. To learn more about all these latest announcements, Trainers can tune in to today’s Pokémon Presents.


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I think I’ve “outgrown” Pokemon, especially the main games. They don’t do it for me anymore and the performance and quality just can’t be overlooked anymore. Peace and love to those who still enjoy.


11M ago

Duex! All this news is for you! I bet you loved this segment.


11M ago

I think I’ve “outgrown” Pokemon, especially the main games. They don’t do it for me anymore and the performance and quality just can’t be overlooked anymore. Peace and love to those who still enjoy.


11M ago

Now looks like a good time to do a Pokémon TCG play through RMC


11M ago

The Blueberry Academy was The only enjoyable Part and was obvious, the Focus on App Trash Japan needs to get away from. When the newest Nintendo Console hits in Two Years both Galar and Paldea should get Definitive Editions that add all the DLC Expansions while also having Nintendo themselves refine them. Both be excellent Forrays, the Latter is tied best Pokémons game, that would've been stellar had The Pokémons Company been attacked for they Working Schedules.