Finally, the two enduring figures from the Pokémon tale will be able to relax.
The Pokémon Company has made the unexpected revelation that the greatest trainer and his loyal companion will be replaced by new characters at the conclusion of the current season of the anime.
The adventures of Pikachu and Ash in their fight to be crowned best trainer will come to an end following their eagerly anticipated triumph at the World Championships, first in computer games and then on screens.
almost a wink to the latest recent football news.
An all-new Pokémon series has been announced!— Pokémon (@Pokemon) December 16, 2022
Join 2 new characters and 3 Paldea starter Pokémon as they adventure through the Pokémon world! Plus, commemorate Ash’s journey with special episodes concluding Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series.
Coming soon in 2023 and beyond! pic.twitter.com/2lrM6W1dgW
Special episodes will wrap up this never-ending plot arc and likely give the two new main characters a thorough introduction.
There isn't much information available about the new Pokémon Scarlet and Violet team, Liko and Roy, other than the fact that the three beginning Pokémon they will have with them are Sprigatito (Plant-type), Fuecoco (Fire-type), and Quaxly (Water-type).
In other words, this is a chance for Nintendo and the Pokémon Company to link the series' next installment with the game that was most recently launched on the Nintendo Switch.
The girl look like their child pic.twitter.com/eoypw1cD0t— BIG GAMING (@BIGGAMING16) December 16, 2022
Following the two new trainers' faces being shown, which highlighted the female personality, the latter did not fail to spread rumors.
She could very easily be the kid of Ash and Serena, who has been in love with the hero for a very long time, given her large blue eyes and the emblem of Ash's cap in her hair.
We will have to wait till the following episodes that link the two duos air, beginning on January 13 in Japan, in order to confirm this notion.
A change that will undoubtedly touch many who knew Pikachu and his longtime trainer growing up.