During the Nintendo Direct, the company also announced the Poke Ball Edition New Nintendo 2DS XL dedicated to the Pokemon universe. The Poke Ball Edition New Nintendo 2DS XL release date is November 3 and could cost $149, which is what 2DS XL consoles usually retail for.
New Nintendo 2DS XL Poké Ball Edition console featuring a Poké Ball-inspired console, the Pokémon-capable balls.
The Twitter channel of Nintendo Europe has released a post dedicated to the new highly-appreciated portable gaming console.
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) September 13, 2017
The new Nintendo 2DS XL Poké Ball Edition will be released on the market with Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon, a pair of adventures that could bring with them a new form of their legendary Pokémon, Solgaleo, and Lunala, through a merger with Necrozma.
As for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, a trailer showed off 3D graphics similar to Pokemon Sun and Moon, but Nintendo stressed on new additions. These include new areas like a valley of Pikachus and a beach dedicated to surfers. Also, players can obtain new items of clothing like a Pikachu cap.
Apart from this, it was hinted that how players encounter their first partner Pokemon (the first Pokemon they get in-game) will differ. Pre-ordering gets you 12 quick balls and access to the Lycanroc Pokemon. Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon also gets two new ultimate beasts or UBs as they’re called -UB Burst and UB Assembly.
Finally, Nintendo revealed that the Pokemon Gold and Silver release date is September 22, it’s up for pre-order now and buying it early grants users access to Celebi – a rare Pokemon.