Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Indigo Disk DLC finally gives fans what they desire – an exhilarating challenge they won’t soon forget!
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet received many criticisms associated with franchise games in general; most battles being too easy were among these criticisms. Luckily, it appears that Indigo Disk DLC will provide hardcore fans with what they desire; battles have been described as being extremely challenging!
VGC previewed the game and noted its rigorous battles may strain fans to their limits. While level scaling remains unclear at present, most trainers they fought featured moves and items common within competitive gaming circles.
Although Pokemon Scarlet and Violet’s Indigo Disk DLC allowed testers access to powerful creatures, even at Level 80 their enemies managed to outwit them using both powerful Pokemon and smart moves.
Indigo Disk DLC battles appear designed to assist players with training for Blueberry Elite Four battles – which may present more difficult encounters compared to its original gameplay. While many fans will surely embrace this expansion with open arms, others might want to start grinding in Scarlet and Violet instead.
Fans eager to play Pokemon Scarlet and Violet were anxious for more challenging battles before its release, usually choosing type-weakness battles as targets of challenge. Although some late game trainers can present formidable opponents, most battles were relatively unremarkable in difficulty overall compared to what most gamers are used to experiencing with games of this sort.
Fans want a challenge, which is why Nuzlocke was created. Participants in Nuzlocke can only capture one Pokemon per Route; any that faint or escape must also be released as evidence that they “die.”
Not every player wants to engage in challenging battles in the forthcoming Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLC, luckily this DLC contains several species to catch, such as all starter Pokemon in the series so far.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will both receive Indigo Disk DLC starting December 14 for Nintendo Switch. Both RPGs can currently be found within Nintendo’s catalogue of titles.