In the Sinnoh remakes, Pokémon are able to travel outside of their Poké Ball. Here's how to ride your Pokémon in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.
When Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl launches on November 19, 2021, fans will have the opportunity to relive Gen IV RPGs for the first time with a flurry of new improvements and additions.
A modern mechanic being introduced is the ability to 'mon walk alongside the player worldwide at any time. Below, we'll see how the feature works and when trainers can unlock it in Sinnoh remakes.
Pokémon can come out of their Poké Ball in Sinnoh Remakes.
How to Ride Your Pokémon in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
In Pokémon Diamond & Pearl, players could pick up a scroll with their favorite Pokémon after visiting a special park called Amity Square. Unfortunately, the 'mon had to return to its Pokémon after leaving the location.
This is no longer the case in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl, as the remakes will allow your partner Pokémon to walk with you throughout the game as you explore the overworld.
Below we will list the steps to unlock the feature:
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Players must first reach Hearthome City at the start of the game.
Unlike other remakes, the walk feature NO é unlocked at the beginning of Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. Players must first progress through the story until reach Hearthome City .
Fortunately, the location can be found very early on in the game as you can access it after beating the second gym in Eterna City. Players will find Hearthome after traveling along Route 208.
Enter Friendship Square
The Pokémon Walking With You feature is unlocked after visiting Friendship Square.
In a tribute to the 2006 DS titles, players can unlock the walk with Pokémon feature after visitar a Amity Square. Unlike the originals, 'mon's ability to come out of his Poké Ball is permanent for the rest of the game.
While it was nice to have the mechanics early on in the game, Studio ILCA is requiring players to get a little involved in the adventure before your partner's mon travels with you on your journey through Sinnoh.
While there are still some details we don't know about the feature, it seems the mechanics are tied to your "partner" Pokémon. This will likely be the first 'sec in your team's lineup.
It could also be like 2019's Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, where players can select a specific character to have by their side. Anyway, coaches will be able to choose whoever they want, as there is no limit.