As you may have seen, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet comes with a certain glitch that can potentially be used to exploit the game in any way. It’s basically the Pokémon equivalent of Super mario 64notorious Long jump backwards malfunction – often abbreviated as BLJ.
This move – tied to the speed run in the 1996 release Super Mario 64, is also discovered In Legendary Pokémon: Arceus at launch, and it’s now been discovered in Scarlet and Violet. It’s as simple as attaching your legendary Koraidon or Miraidon and expanding a mountain from there. You can even speed up parts of the game. Here is a look:
Centro Pokémon: “A glitch was discovered in #ScarletViolet that allowed early scaling. Normally Koraidon/Miraidon would slip if you tried to jump and climb slopes without the ability, but it turned out to be as simple as that. jump backwards so you don’t miss.”
If this is related to Game Freak or The Pokémon Company, they may release a patch. For now though – it’s in-game and you can try it out for yourself, as long as you have a copy of Scarlet or Violet.
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