Pokemon Sun and Moon
The Pokemon Company has released a new trailer for Pokemon Sun and Moon. Official Pokemon Channel YouTube

“Pokemon Sun and Moon” may be included in Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct livestream, scheduled on Sept. 1 (US). The livestream is expected to provide significant information on the company’s current and upcoming titles, including “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” Nintendo will focus exclusively on 3DS games.

As per rumours, there are three Pokemon for “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” A new leak has revealed few of the expected Pokemon Nintendo Direct will unveil. The leak, first reported by 4Chan, was taken down later.

PokeJungle reported that Loboxter, Dulfrost and Uhaku could be unveiled at Nintendo Direct. Loboxter, a Fighting-type Pokemon, is believed to be a counterpart of Crabcrawler. One Pokemon would be exclusive to Pokemon Moon while the other to Pokemon Sun.

Dulfrost is like a snowman with buttons as eyes and is a mix of Ice and Fighting types, Uhaku is thought to be the evolution of Roackaby, writes The Bitbag. If the leak was legitimate, then these Pokemon are definitely coming to “Pokemon Sun and Moon” though nothing has been confirmed as of now.

These Pokemon were also present in the previous leaked roster known as the gen 7 Pokemon list. The gen 7 roster has not been wrong about any of the Pokemon. Hence, fans believe the three are confirmed for “Pokemon Sun and Moon.”

Nintendo Direct, scheduled to go live 7am (PT), can be viewed at Nintendo.com. The livestream will provide crucial information on other games apart from “Pokemon Sun and Moon” including “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” and the widely-anticipated Nintendo NX.

Information on distribution of “Pokemon Sun and Moon” has been a mystery for long. Even the US site has little or no information. However, the Japanese website revealed two Pokemon games along with a variety of Pokemon sets. It is believed that Pokemon in Pokemon Sun will be different from Pokemon in Pokemoon Moon. “Pokemon Sun and Moon” will be released on Nov. 18.