According to a classification board of South Korea, a demo of Pokémon Sun and Moon, the new generation of Pokémon, could be on the way.
The Korean videogame rating agency may have revealed that a demo for Pokémon Sun and Moon is coming. On the website of the dashboard of Korean classification appeared a page titled as “Sun Moon, Pokemon Special Trial.” Unfortunately, not much information was given about what it could be. So, it is unclear whether the demo will have a global launch if it becomes a reality. We also do not know its launch window, or the way it will be distributed.
The strangest thing is that although the site was registered a day after Nintendo Direct was focused on 3DS last week, there was no announcement related to the digital event. That said, as the release of Pokémon Sun & Moon is very close, we will probably know more about it in the coming weeks.
If you’re a fan of Pokémon, you should know that this is not the first time that a new installment of the series receives a demo. In 2014, Nintendo released a special demo for Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, which showed us several features of the remake.
In related information, in the Nintendo Direct last week, Nintendo announced that those who purchase Sun & Moon in its first months on the market will receive a special Muchlax. The company also showed the new Alola form of Rattata.
Pokémon Sun & Moon will arrive exclusively for Nintendo 3DS on 18th of November.