New Pokémon Revealed!

Hey guys, Bulba here and a new Pokemon has officially been revealed today! We got new details on the Pokémon via the official Pokémon website and a brand new trailer ending off with a mysterious “to be continued.” Either way if you haven’t seen it already I bet you are dying to know the name so let’s get started!

New Pokémon

The name of this little creature is Meltan. He has been obtainable via Pokemon Go the last few days but people weren’t sure if he was leaked or even just a placeholder. However, he clearly was put out early intentionally as it is stated in the trailer and on the website that there have been many reportings of this new Pokémon to Professor Willow. Speaking of the trailer, it shows a fully animated conversation between Professor Willow and Professor Oak where Willow tells Oak about the new Pokémon. Oak ends it off by saying he recognizes him from ancient scrolls and we are left of with a to be continued. However, that isn’t all as we also got some new images and a quick description. This what the Pokémon website has to say about him; “A new species of Pokémon—one that nobody has ever seen before—has been discovered! This Pokémon is called Meltan, and as of now, it is quite the enigma.” His category is a Hex Nut Pokémon, he is a steel type, he has a height of 0’08 inches and a weight of 17.6 pounds.

Anyways that as all of the current information we have on the little fellow other than the fact that he may derive from Ditto. Be sure to let me know what you think of him in the comments or on Twitter. As usual thank you for reading and I will see you soon!

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