New Pokémon Snap arrives on Nintendo Switch at ntower on April 30

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In the New Pokémon Snap, players can explore the natural surroundings of the Daal region and uncover the mystery of the Lumina phenomenon

London, United Kingdom, 14 January 2021 – Players will become the ultimate Pokémon photographer in the New Pokémon Snap, which is exclusively available on the Nintendo Switch family of consoles on April 30.

In the New Pokemon Snap, players are invited to explore the beautiful islands of the Daal region. The unaffected nature of the region has everything from dense forests to vast deserts. Many Pokémon who are just waiting to be discovered are at home here. As a budding photographer, the New Pokémon Snap features players go on an expedition to photograph wild Pokémon who know about their everyday lives in Lentil. They are supported by Professor Mirror and his assistant Rita.

An expedition into the jungle of the Lentil region may seem intimidating at first, but Neo-One finds players safely from island to island. During a quest, this vehicle handles the navigation of various parts of the islands, so that players can focus their attention to take the correct photos.

The Lentil region is teeming with wild Pokémon that can be seen in their natural habitats. Some of them live in groups and roam their territory, while others roam alone, flying in the air or playing with other Pokémon. Players can interact with Pokémon by throwing a velvety apple, a delicious fruit from the lentil field. That way you can catch their attention or watch them finish the snack. Velvet apples are also a good way to lure Pokémon in some places and thus they are observed in different conditions. Also, a glow can sometimes be seen in plants and Pokémon in lentils. This strange phenomenon is known as the “Lumina phenomenon” and is found only in the Lentil region. It is time to step into the trusty Neo-One and uncover the mystery of this incident!

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After each campaign, Professor Mirror assesses photographs of players. The rating depends on the Pokemon’s pose as well as its size, line of picture, and position in the picture. As players explore, they will discover new forms of expression and behavior for Pokémon. To fill the Pokémon Photodex with your favorite snapshot, you have to take a lot of pictures.

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