“Pokemon” fans have been quite disappointed with the dearth of updates on the final release date of “Pokemon Z.”
In the October issue of CoroCoro magazine, a distribution for “Pokémon XY” and “ORAS” was announced, but unfortunately did not give out details of “Pokemon Z’s” official roll out, reported iDigitalTimes .
Followers of the highly-popular gaming franchise should however keep their eyes on the Nov. 14 release of CoroCoro, which features Junichi Mashuda, the main director of “Pokemon” games.
Many fans speculate that the magazine’s article on Mashuda and his latest post on Twitter is a strong indication that the release date of “Pokemon Z” may just be around the corner.
Although the “Pokemon” executive’s appearance on the “Pokemon Get TV” show may not necessarily lead to an official announcement on “Pokemon Z,” the “timing” of his guesting is considered to be more than “coincidental.”
It is presumed that much of what Mashuda will be revealing on the show will be anchored on the information he shared on CoroCoro magazine.
The “Pokemon” gaming director may decide to talk about character updates on the franchise’s anime series, the upcoming “Pokemon GO” mobile app, or if fans get lucky, the release date of “Pokemon Z.”
Meanwhile, avid “Pokemon” followers are also in for another treat as the November issue of CoroCoro magazine has revealed the various forms of Zygarde, according to Venture Capital Post .
The magazine has already been released in Japan, whose Zygarde images have also appeared online to the delight of fans who are eagerly awaiting the release date of “Pokemon Z.”
In related news, the anime TV series “Pokemon XY and Z” began airing last Oct. 29, according to CoroCoro magazine via CrossMap .
In line with the series’ release,” The “Pokemon” Company will also be rolling out a promotional feature called “Pokemon of the Week.”
To avail the “Pokemon of the Week,” fans would have to key in the serial codes that will be shown during episodes of “Pokemon XY and Z.”
These developments should keep “Pokemon” fans preoccupied, as they await the official release date of “Pokemon Z.”