Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Leak Reportedly Reveals Gen 9 Map

. Last updated: July 23, 2022

A leaker claims they’ve leaked parts of the Pokemon Scarlet & Violet world map, giving an idea of ​​what locations players can expect.

News about Pokemon Scarlet & Violet has been scarce for a while, with the latest from the game’s second trailer revealing the new professors, new Pokemon, and much more.

After nearly two months, more and more leaks are starting to flood the internet as fans get eager for more news from Game Freak and The Pokemon Company.

Now another potential leak has surfaced, this time with two photos showing parts of the alleged map for Generation 9.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet Leak Reveals Card

Pokemon Scarlet & Pokemon Violet region screenshot.

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Fans have already seen a bit of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s expansive open world, but not the full map yet.

The alleged leak originally came to light thanks to poryLeek on Twitter. Shortly after they were posted, the tweets were deleted and PoryLeeks briefly succeeded claim they had to “destroy the mail of the cards”.

However, the leaked images quickly made their way to the PokeLeaks subreddit, where user thehousemasta reposted them.

Unfortunately for fans eager to get a real glimpse of Scarlet & Violet’s full map, both images only show part of the map – and an extremely blurry part at it.

Section A shows a lawn with what appears to be a forest and several rivers scattered across the landscape.

In addition, there seem to be several buildings or landmarks in the area.

The landmark at the bottom of the map could potentially be the player’s house, as we know from the reveal trailer that it sits atop a cliff overlooking the sea.

Portion B appears to show the upper west side of the Pokemon Scarlet & Violet map, which could be a small desert area and a dense forest or lake area.

Unfortunately, it’s hard to discern concrete details from these leaks, but if they are indeed real, it looks like Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s main region will be as varied as previous generations.

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