Pokemon Scarlet & Violet DLC: The Indigo Disk release date, new Pokemon, more
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s DLC Part 2 is coming soon, and we have put together all the information you need so you are prepared to embark on this new adventure beyond Paldea. Here’s all you need to know about The Indigo Disk, including the release date and time.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet became the fastest-selling game of the storied franchise following its November 2022 release. Pokemon trainers continue to test their skills in 2023 as they will go beyond the Paldea region with the upcoming DLC: The Indigo Disk.
Despite the three main story paths and additional content like the Ranked Battle Stadium, Pokemon fans are always looking forward to what’s next. Sword and Shield were the first games to deliver Pokemon DLC and the new tradition continues as fans are eager to discover what’s to come in Scarlet and Violet.
Here’s everything you need to know about Scarlet and Violet DLC Part 2: The Indigo Disk.
- Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Indigo Disk DLC release date
- Pokemon Scarlet & Violet DLC content
- Pokemon Scarlet & Violet DLC trailers
- Pokemon Scarlet & Violet DLC price
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Indigo Disk DLC release date & time
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet The Indigo Disk DLC Part 2 will arrive on December 14, 2023. We will keep you posted about the release time across all regions when the new information is confirmed by official sources.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero content
The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC, The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero, is divided into two parts but has an interconnected story with new characters and Pokemon.
The Teal Mask DLC Part 1, was released on September 13 and it featured a story about a school trip to Kitakami Island. The Indigo Disk DLC Part 2, will be coming on December 14 and will take us on a journey to Blueberry Academy.
The Teal Mask
The Teal Mask lets players explore the land of Kitakami, just outside of Paldean borders. An outdoor study program held jointly between their academy and another school is the setting of this new adventure.
Players can meet new friends and Pokemon as they unravel the mysteries behind the folktales that have been passed down in this land in the middle of a huge festival. The Teal Mask introduced players to the new Legendary Pokemon Ogerpon as well as three new Pokemon named Okidogi, Munkidori, and Fezandipiti, also known as the Loyal Three.
Players can find Pokemon that aren’t available in Paldea when they explore the land of Kitakami. Among many returning and fan-favorite Pokemon, a new addition to the Pokedex is Dipplin, a new evolution of Applin.
The Teal Mask also introduced players to Perrin, a photographer looking for a certain Pokemon. Trainers can take pictures of Pokemon in the wild to complete objectives and help her with her mission. Additionally, new camera angles were added to capture the beauty of Kitakami and its festival.
Lastly, players can also get Mochi, a new consumable that can improve Pokemon stats with different effects. New mini-games are spread around Kitakami for players to complete and earn delicious Mochi for their Pokemon, so be on the lookout.
The Indigo Disk
In Part Two of The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC, players will travel to their academy’s sister school, the Blueberry Academy, as an exchange student. This school was founded in recent years and specializes in Pokemon battles, so players can expect a lot of action from this storyline.
The Indigo Disk will let players get to know students and teachers while taking new classes with exciting twists. However, the main attraction at the Blueberry Academy will be the BB League, a competitive league that will introduce players to a new Elite Four group.
Players will also be able to spend time at the League Club, a new customizable area inside the Blueberry Academy. The League Club will let players change their Poke Ball throw style as well as meet Gym Leaders and other trainers who can be their mentors through teaching and battles.
The turtle Pokemon Terapagos will finally debut in the Indigo Disk and it’s expected to have a special connection to the Terastallization phenomena introduced in Scarlet and Violet.
With The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero, players will be able to encounter over 230 familiar Pokemon that have been found living in other regions but which had not appeared in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, according to the official announcement.
A lot of those Pokemon will appear in the Terarium, a new underwater facility that’s part of the Blueberry Academy. According to the official description, “the Terarium is made up of four areas, each of which features a unique climate and ecosystem.” With an artificial sky and regulated temperatures, players can expect a whole new map to explore and many Pokemon to encounter.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero trailers
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet released a trailer for the upcoming The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC, highlighting new locations and characters:
A second trailer revealed on June 21’s Nintendo Direct gives players another look at both parts of The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC. Players got a new look at some of the returning Pokemon as well as the new locations that The Teal Mask has available and those that The Indigo Disk will feature.
The latest trailer for The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero features new Pokemon, new characters, new features, and a lot of mystery.
Pokemon Scarlet & Violet The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero price
The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero costs $34.99 USD / $44.99 CAD / £49.99 GBP and can be bought via the Nintendo eShop or the in-game shop. Players need to update the game with the 1.2 patch to be able to purchase it.
Fans who haven’t purchased the Scarlet or Violet base games can now get a bundle with the full game and the DLC for $94.99.
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