Your adventure takes place in the Paldea region, a land of vast open spaces dotted with lakes, towering peaks, wastelands, and perilous mountain ranges. Along the way, all sorts of Trainers will be adventuring and honing their skills with Pokémon battles.
You can find lots of people and Pokémon living together in a variety of locations, ranging from a farming village with bountiful harvests to a port town with a bustling marketplace.
There are also Pokémon living in treetops, rivers, and all sorts of other locations in the wilderness—and they’re all just waiting to meet you.
Your adventuring companion, the Rotom Phone
A must-have for traveling in the Paldea region, the Rotom Phone has several apps and features that will come in handy during your adventures. This time, the Pokédex will be loaded on the Rotom Phone as an app. Your map will also be an app on your Rotom Phone. You’ll be able to see a map of the entire Paldea region in the map app, which will naturally show your current location. You’ll also see all kinds of information, like nearby towns, Pokémon Centers, and wild Pokémon.
The mainstay of Pokémon Trainers - the outdoor Pokémon Center
Adventuring in the vast Paldea region won’t be a walk in the park. In order to battle Pokémon Trainers and catch wild Pokémon, you will need to rest your Pokémon and get Poké Balls to catch more Pokémon.
To support Pokémon Trainers, there are many outdoor Pokémon Centers scattered about Paldea. Trainers can easily find Pokémon Centers even from far away—Pokémon Centers light up at night, and each of them has a Poké Ball sign on the roof.
Depending on the version of the game you have, the Pokémon that appear will differ
There are several differences between Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, and one such difference is the species of Pokémon that appear. For example, Larvitar and Stonjourner appear in Pokémon Scarlet, while Bagon and Eiscue appear in Pokémon Violet.
Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are available to play in the following languages; Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Simplified Chinese, English, French, Italian, European Spanish and German.