Pokémon Legends: Arceus offers not only familiar ones, but also brand new Pokémon.Pokémon Legends: Arceus offers not only familiar ones, but also brand new Pokémon.

In the first real open world game by Pokémon, we travel to a bygone age of the Sinnoh region, which was then still known as the Hisui region. This not only means that in Pokémon Legends: Arceus the system with arenas and battles is not yet as expanded as we know it from the usual Pokémon editions, but also that the Pokédex is changing again a bit.

From new to old, everything is included: For example, some Pokémon now look different thanks to the new Hisui shape and brand new Pokémon are also included. With the starters, on the other hand, well-known Pokémon starters from previous generations await us with Feurigel, Ottaro and Bauz.

Note: We have compiled the following list from official material such as trailers and screenshots. It is therefore not final (but will be updated) and has not yet been officially confirmed.

All Pokémon in Legends: Arceus

All new Pokémon







Damythir is a new development from Damhirplex.

Salmagnis





Salmagnis is a new development from perch.

1st generation Pokémon

  • #025 – Pikachu
  • #035 – Piepi
  • #037 – Vulpix
  • # 055 – Enteron
  • # 058 –Fukano (Hisui-Form)
  • #063 – Abra
  • #067 – Maschock
  • # 073 – Tentoxa
  • # 074 – small stone
  • # 077 – Ponita
  • #078 – Gallopa
  • #082 – Magneton
  • #095 – Onix
  • # 111 – Rihorn
  • # 112 – Rizers
  • # 122 – Pantimos
  • #130 – Garados
  • # 133 – Evoli
  • #143 – Relaxo

2nd generation Pokémon

  • # 155 – fiery hedgehog
  • # 169 – Iksbat
  • # 190 – stylus
  • #193 – burning

3rd generation Pokémon

  • # 217 – Ursaring
  • #220 – Quiekel
  • # 221 – Keifel
  • # 265 – Waumpel
  • # 267 – Papinella
  • # 280 – Trasla
  • # 282 – Guardevoir
  • # 299 – Nasgnet
  • #361 – Scheppke
  • #362 – Firnontor
  • #363 – Seemops
  • #364 – Seejong

4th generation Pokémon

  • # 387 – Chelast
  • # 390 – Panflam
  • # 393 – Plinfla
  • # 396 – Staralili
  • #398 – Staraptor
  • # 399 – Bidiza
  • #400 – Bidifas
  • # 401 – Zirpur
  • #403 – Sheinux
  • # 405 – Luxtra
  • #406 – Knospi
  • # 417 – Pachirisu
  • #418 – Bamelin
  • # 419 – Boilie
  • # 422 – Shelllos (Eastern Sea Shape)
  • # 423 – Gastrodon (Eastern Sea Shape)
  • #427 – Haspiror
  • #430 – Kramsef
  • #432 – Shnurgarst
  • # 433 – Klingplim
  • # 435 – Skuntank
  • # 436 – bronze
  • #438-Mobai
  • #441 – Plaudagei
  • # 445 – Knackrack
  • # 446 – Mampfaxo
  • #448 – Lucario
  • # 449 – Hippos
  • #450 – Hippoterus
  • #452 – Piondragi
  • #453 – Glibunkel
  • # 454 – Toxiquak
  • #455 – Venuflibis
  • #459 – Shnebedeck
  • # 460 – Rexblisar
  • # 465 – Tangoloss
  • #467 – Magbrant
  • # 472 – Skorgro
  • # 475 – Galagladi
  • # 476 – Volumines
  • #493 – Arceus

5th generation Pokémon

  • # 501 –Ottaro
  • #628 – Washakwil (Hisui-Form)

7th generation Pokémon

Here you can watch a trailer for the game again:

Pokémon Legends: Arceus - New trailer shows gameplay




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Pokémon Legends: Arceus – New trailer shows gameplay

Pokémon Legends: Arceus appears on January 28, 2022 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. If you want to know more about the new Pokémon role-playing game, we recommend our overview page. There you can find out everything about the new setting, gameplay, story and more.

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