Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are receiving new physical releases with expansion content

New physical versions of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet bundled with The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC will be released on November 3rd for $95 each. The base games are included on the physical cartridges, while the DLC is included as downloadable content and requires an internet connection to access.

Pre-orders for the physical editions of Pokemon Scarlet + The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero Bundle and Pokemon Violet + The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero Bundle are available now at multiple online retailers.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet originally released for Nintendo Switch in 2022, marking the ninth generation of Pokemon games. They introduced players to a variety of new Pokémon, including the starter Pokémon Fuecoco, Sprigatito, and Quaxly. They are the first mainline titles in the series to feature a fully open world.

The two-part DLC expansion “The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero” continues the storyline of the base games with new characters, explorable locations and Pokémon – including the elusive Blood Moon Ursaluna and all starter Pokémon from previous generations. The first part, The Teal Mask, was released on September 13th, while part two, The Indigo Mask, is scheduled to release sometime this winter. Purchasing these new physical packs will give you access to Scarlet/Violet and The Teal Mask, as well as being able to download The Indigo Disk as soon as it becomes available.

The physical versions of Pokemon: Scarlet + The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero Bundle and Pokemon: Violet + The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero Bundle are both coming to Nintendo Switch on November 3rd. Digital bundles are available now in the Switch eShop.

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