Pokemon Sun and Moon announced for 3DS

New Pokemon games due out worldwide this holiday.

Pokemon Sun and Moon

Nintendo announced Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon for 3DS during its Pokemon Direct live stream this morning.

Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon will be available worldwide this holiday in nine languages: English, Italian, Spanish, Korean, French, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.

The Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon official website reveals that the game will have “a new world, new Pokemon, and new adventures to discover.”

Nintendo also announced that the new digital versions of Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue, and Pokemon Yellow—available tomorrow—will support the Pokemon Bank, allowing you to bring the Pokemon you capture into Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon.

Watch the teaser trailer below. View the logos at the gallery.

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