The sharing of experience exhibited in past episodes would be present in Legends Pokémon Arceus, and there is already a divide among fans

Legends Pokémon Arceus could have a similar experience sharing method to previous games. This has sparked some heated debate among supporters.

The sharing of experience exhibited in past episodes would be present in Legends Pokémon Arceus, and there is already a divide among fans

The Repartir adventure Pokémon has always been a topic that has sparked a lot of discussion. What began as a simple object has evolved into something that impacts all members of a team and cannot be turned off.


Many players have been wondering what will happen to this feature in Pokémon Legends Arceus, which is set to arrive soon, and it appears that a new video may have supplied the answer.


A segment of the game is seen in a promotional trailer starring Christina Aguilera, when the game gives the player's Pokémon a varying amount of experience points after catching a Pikachu.


This appears to confirm that the Arceus Pokémon Legends Experience Sharing will distribute points throughout a user's entire Pokémon collection. Of course, the responses haven't been slow to arrive.


Many people do not believe this is due to weak eyesight, as we have seen in prior installments, while others claim they do not want to witness anything similar again.


There is also a middle ground, where some users are not opposed to the measure as long as it is something that can be turned on and off at whim.


If this way of sharing experience is validated, many fans point out that this cast is more balanced than the ones in Brilliant Diamond and Shimmering Pearl, which has been one of the most criticized features of both remakes.


The question of difficulty has always been a repeating element in Pokémon, but we haven't been able to draw any conclusions about this new installment so far.


Fortunately, you won't have to wait long. This Pokémon Arceus Legends will be published for Nintendo Switch on January 28th, and you can get a head start with this extended video released in Japanese.

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