Pokémon Scarlet and Violet players are reporting multiple glitches on day one

Pokemon scarlet and violet were released today on Nintendo Switch and trainers with early copies of the game have already reported performance issues when playing the game. These videos circulated on social media, with fans concerned about the game’s development.

Despite the stunning scenery or space the games offer to roam the world of Paldea, trainers were amazed at how lagged and bugged some scenes were. You’ve noticed objects cutting through some of the scenes, strange pauses, and rough camera movement as the player moves. A trainer shared a clip where even throwing a Pokéball to catch a Pokémon resulted in delayed results.

YouTuber GameXplain posted a video compiling many of these glitches when he received an early copy of the game. He reported major camera issues and asset disappearances, to name a few.

Unfortunately, these disorders are not new. Previous editions of the Pokémon titles have reported multiple bugs and issues on day one. Not to mention that Gameboy versions of Pokémon had many glitches that speedrunners could exploit. But the high expectations Gen IX fans had were hoping Game Freak would do better, especially since this is the second mainline title on the Switch.

Early reviews for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have encountered several gameplay issues that resulted in the game receiving multiple low scores from critics. However, the game managed to hold at least a 7 or 8 out of 10 on some review sites.

Neither Nintendo nor Game Freak have acknowledged the issue and fans have started reluctantly waiting for the day-one patch. We Got This Covered has reached out to Nintendo and The Pokémon Company for comment. In the meantime, Pokemon scarlet and violet are available now for Nintendo Switch.

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Lindsay Lowe

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