Every Pokemon Confirmed to Appear in Scarlet & Violet

Every Pokemon Confirmed to Appear in Scarlet & Violet

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet is still a few months away, but if you’re trying to get a sense of what Pokemon will be available in the Paldea region, we here at Fanbyte have a complete list of every confirmed pocket monster that will be out in the game’s open world.

First up, here’s a list of returning Pokemon that appeared in previous games. While it’s fair to assume the evolutions and pre-evolutions of these Pokemon will also appear in Scarlet & Violet, given that some Pokemon evolve into different forms in new regions, we’ve only included the ones that have been explicitly shown in trailers. So, for example, Pikachu is on this list, but Raichu isn’t because we’ve yet to see if it might get some kind of Paldean variant. This list is current as of the August 3 Pokemon Presents.

Altaria
Arcanine
Azumarill
Bagon
Beartic
Blissey
Bounsweet
Cacnea
Cacturne
Chewtle
Clauncher
Clawitzer
Coalossal
Combee
Cryogonal
Cubchoo
Cufant
Deerling
Donphan
Dragonair
Dragonite
Drednaw
Drifblim
Drifloon
Eelektross
Eevee
Eiscue
Flaaffy
Fletchling
Gengar
Girafarig
Gogoat
Golduck
Growlithe
Gyarados
Hariyama
Hatterene
Hisuian Zoroark
Honchkrow
Hoppip
Houndoom
Houndour
Hydreigon
Larvitar
Liligant
Lucario
Lumineon
Lurantis
Magnemite
Mareep
Meowth
Misdreavus
Mismagius
Murkrow
Noibat
Noivern
Pachirisu
Pelipper
Persian
Petlil
Pikachu
Pincurchin
Pineco
Psyduck
Sawsbuck
Scizor
Seviper
Skiddo
Slaking
Slowking
Snorunt
Starly
Stonjourner
Swablu
Sylveon
Talonflame
Toxapex
Venonat
Vigoroth

More Pokemon:

Up next are all the new Pokemon that will debut in Scarlet & Violet, from the starters to the legendaries:

Cetitan
Fidough
Fuecoco
Koraidon
Lechonk
Miraidon
Pawmi
Quaxly
Smoliv
Sprigatito
Wooper (Paldean variant)

Those are all the Pokemon we know about thus far. We know that the games won’t be bringing back the National Dex, which isn’t a surprise, but it does mean not every Pokemon from previous games will be returning. Which can be a good thing, but if anyone was expecting Game Freak to pivot after the reception to this change in Sword & Shield, that’s not the case.  Pokemon Scarlet & Violet is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 18.