For what's considered more time than its predecessors, Pokémon fans are heavily awaiting a new remake for the fourth generation installments: Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl. The duo both released on Nintendo DS back in 2007 and watch its formers welcome in remakes along with other humbling returns which just about feel insulting to say the least. But, a recent report issued the series is to remark around the two games later in 2022.
While there is no direct precedence regarding when that will be, many belied it might take place on Pokémon Day now. In that, The Pokémon Company issued an online concert featuring musical artist Post Malone will be held. So, many presumed the announcement would occur sometime around the online-hosted performance.
Instead, The Pokémon Company announced a special Pokémon Showcase running for around 20 minutes. A part of that presentation, the firm officially unveiled Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Pokémon Shining Pearl. You can view the reveal trailer in the video below:
“Adventures within the Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl games will require devote the Sinnoh region,” reads the outline on the game's website. “Rich anyway with Mount Coronet towering at its heart, Sinnoh is a land of many myths handed down with the ages. You'll visit many different locations in the Sinnoh region, while striving to become the Champion of the Pokémon League.”
Alike previous remakes, this new two-game project incorporates the same fundamentals from the original inside a new translation conjured for the latest Nintendo Switch hardware. For either those returning or visiting the Sinnoh region the very first time – The Pokémon Company encourages all fans to take the effort in experiencing and enjoying the new title.
Are you excited Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl remakes are finally happening?
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Pokémon Shining Pearl arrive to Nintendo Switch between late 2022.