We got some new Pokemon DLC leaks

Emre Çitak
Sep 1, 2023

For dedicated Pokémon fans, it's been a day to tread carefully on social media as yet another Pokemon DLC leaks have surfaced prior to its official release.

This time, the leaks concern Pokémon Scarlet and Violet's upcoming DLC, "The Teal Mask" and they've unveiled a handful of exciting details that promise to enhance the gameplay experience.

Scheduled for release on September 13, "The Teal Mask" is the first part of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet's two-part expansion, collectively known as "The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero".

However, if you're aiming to dive into the DLC without any spoilers, you might want to steer clear of social media today or consider muting certain keywords about the new Pokemon DLC leaks.

Pokemon DLC leaks
Pokemon DLC leaks have surfaced online - Image courtesy of Pokemon

What have we seen on the new Pokemon DLC leaks?

These leaks, largely gathered on the Centro Leaks account, offer a glimpse into new Pokémon, their abilities, and even the locations players can expect to explore. While their overall validity remains unverified, the leaked content aligns with what players might anticipate in "The Teal Mask", set in the Kitakami region, inspired by traditional Japanese culture.

See Centro Leaks' summary of Pokemon DLC leaks below.

Bloodmoon Ursaluna:



Regular and shiny forms of new Pokemon in Pokemon DLC leaks:

Read also: How to get a meteorite in Pokémon Go?

Pokémon leaks, unfortunately, aren't a novelty. They've occurred in past releases, such as Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

Even Pokémon Scarlet and Violet haven't been immune, as entire copies of the game have previously leaked.

Featured image credit: Pokemon/Nintendo.


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