Ed Sheeran’s ‘Celestial’ soundtracks new ‘Pokémon Scarlet’ and ‘Pokémon Violet’ trailer

Pokémon has shared a new trailer for its upcoming video games Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, soundtracked by Ed Sheeran‘s recent song ‘Celestial’ – you’ll be able to watch it beneath.

The new titles within the long-running gaming franchise are each due for launch subsequent Friday (November 18) completely on Nintendo Switch, as revealed over the summer time. Announced again in February, the video games can have an analogous artwork type to the earlier entry, Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

Sheeran, who’s a longtime Pokémon fan, dropped ‘Celestial’ in September in collaboration with the Japanese media firm. The singer-songwriter later gave the one its dwell debut on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.

Posting a new four-minute trailer for Scarlet and Violet on Twitter yesterday (November 8), Pokémon UK wrote: “Join forces with other Trainers from around the world to battle the mightiest Pokémon in Paldea!”

In a follow-up tweet, they added: “A journey of celestial proportions awaits. Thanks for the incredible track [Ed Sheeran]!”

The clip introduces followers to the forthcoming video games’ new starter Pokémon – Sprigatito, Quaxly and Fuecoco – in addition to the world of Paldea. Check out trailer and the announcement posts beneath.

It comes after it was revealed that one other new Pokémon, Gimmighoul, will make its debut in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

The character – which was first found in Pokémon Go just lately, however was not catchable – can have one roaming type, and one the place it may be discovered inside a coin chest. An outline reads: “Introducing Gimmighoul, the Coin Chest Pokémon!”

In September, a trailer for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet revealed extra concerning the three totally different adventures that await gamers within the open-world sport.

Ed Sheeran, in the meantime, talked about his long-standing love for Pokémon in a press release upon the discharge of ‘Celestial’, saying that he’s performed the video games “since I was in primary school”.

“Even though I’m 31 now, I still own the same Game Boy Colour and play Pokémon Yellow or Silver on planes and trains when I’m on tour,” he continued.

“It’s such an honour to add a song into a Pokémon game and shoot a nostalgic video too. I hope you guys enjoy the song and video – it was a blast to film!”

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