Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Leaks Reveal Breeding Info

Pokemon Scarlet & Violent just can’t keep the information secret. Leaks are becoming more common these days, so if you’d rather go blind, stop reading now. If you’re curious and want to know what leaked ahead of time, you’ve come to the right place.

According to a leaker known to Leaks from the center, Pokemon Scarlet & Violet will not have spawning as we know it, but will still have Pokemon eggs. “The lessor specifically said [us] that there is no Pokemon daycare/nursery. There’s a new mechanism for getting eggs.”

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Breeding in its current form is quite a long and tedious process, so streamlining the mechanic will make it more accessible to players – though it’s a decision that will certainly upset some die-hard fans.

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This was not the only information shared in the Centro Leaks thread, however. Apparently Salamence will get an ancient or future species, and the Twitter account has speculated that Tyranitar will also get one.

The leg count for all starter evolution stages was also leaked. Sprigatto will go from being on all fours to two legs in his second stage, and stay there for his final form, while Quaxly will stay on two feet throughout. Fuecoco, however, will grow from two-legged, to two-legged, to four-legged, hopefully becoming a beast of a crocodile.

There will also apparently be new ostrich, earthworm, and crab Pokemon. And three new dog ‘mon lines, all with updates. As for Legendaries, you won’t be able to add them to your team until the final boss, so don’t fight your way through the endgame.


The leaker also claimed that you can’t use your own team for the final boss, which seems like an odd choice in an RPG about building your perfect team. It will be interesting to see how this plays out in-game if this is true.

As always, take these leaks with a grain of salt. the game is still a way out and things are subject to change at the last minute.

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