Pokémon Sun and Moon's latest trailer debuted this morning, and its biggest showcase is of the long-awaited starter evolutions. Above, meet Dartrix, Torracat and Brionne, the second forms of the partner Pokémon Rowlett, Litten and Popplio, respectively.
Each one preserves the typing of their pre-evolution, and while they closely resemble the younger Pokémon, the evolutions also have a more mature look to them. We'll go in-depth about the three new Pokémon later today.
Also seen in the trailer is the return of mega evolutions, a powerful Pokémon upgrade first introduced in the previous generation of games. These accompany Z-moves, which are special high-powered Pokémon attacks that players must also use accessories to unleash.
Brand new to Sun and Moon is a new multiplayer feature, Festival Plaza, as well as several upgrades to the PC Pokémon storage system, which promises to make things a little more fun for the Pokémon not kept in a player's active party. Pokémon can now train and hunt for special items while in the box, and new Pokémon may even swing by to join the fun.
There's also a Pokémon Sun and Moon demo arriving later this month, according to the video. Players can finally try out the games for themselves on Oct. 18, ahead of their full release on Nov. 18.