Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon avatar costumes now available

Alfred Osborne
November 14, 2017

With trainers set to return to Alola for a second tour with Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Niantic's mobile take on the franchise is set to get some special tie-in content. Better yet, these new Pokemon GO avatar items are available completely free of charge.

The Pokemon Company just announced earlier today that it's added avatar clothing based off the outfits worn by the player characters in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon to Niantic's augmented reality gaming app in order to celebrate the handheld Pokemon' game's upcoming launch.

This morning the newest in-game event for Pokemon GO began, providing a sort of wink and nod to the rest of the Pokemon universe in the process.

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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon launched November 17.

While it's great that Pokemon Go is tossing in some references for fans of the current Pokemon games, players shouldn't anticipate any secret additions of Alolan Pokemon. They're made to remind the user that there are other Pokemon games out in the universe, new games, games that they should also be buying as soon as they can. Based on Pokemon Go's current timeline of adding two sets of Pokemon per year, we might not get to the "Gen 7" Pokemon seen in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon until 2019.

Pokemon gamers are in for a treat. Pokemon Go is getting a surprise crossover with Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon.

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