By way of the official Pokemon Channel, a heap of new creatures were revealed, several of which we didn't know about yet.
Pokemon GO is proving so popular that you'd be forgiven for forgetting about this November's Pokemon Sun and Moon adventures for 3DS.
Comfey is a Fairy Pokemon that loves picking flowers. However, the Hyper Training feature lets Level 100 Pokemon get even stronger, which wasn't possible in past games.
Good news if you're getting exhausted of catching all those 20-year-old monsters in Pokemon Go: Pokemon Sun and Moon will have a weird bounty of new creatures to capture. The Mimikyu is a Pokemon that disguises itself as Pikachu, Bewear is a giant bear Pokemon, Mudsdale is a horse made out of mud, Comfey looks like a Hawaiian necklace, Bounsweet is a fruit Pokemon, Wimpod is a bug/water type Pokemon.
Mudsdale is a Ground Pokemon that is known for its fortitude, both physically and emotionally. Mimikyu also has Disguise, a new ability that prevents it from danger for one attack before the Pokemon changes its appearance.
Finally, we're given a quick preview of Hyper Training, another new feature for Sun and Moon.
With the Pokemon franchise reaching new heights of popularity thanks to the virtually unprecedented success of Pokemon GO, Nintendo will probably try to convert some of those mobile gamers to Pokemon Sun and Moon players by revealing more new content for the game over the next few weeks. Aside from that, players will also be able to host their own online competitions via the Pokemon Global Link. The Pokemon Company announced that Global Link will end its service for Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire and X/Y and will be updated to work for Sun/Moon.
Additionally, The Pokemon Company today announced a Hyper Training function that players can use to increase a Pokemon's power. Players will need to seek out a special NPC named Mr. Hyper, who will Hyper Train their Pokemon in exchange for bottle caps, a new collectible item that can be found around the Alola region.