Random: Pokémon Scarlet & Violet Trainers Discover Legendary BLJ Glitch

In Technology

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Image: The Pokémon Company

As you might have already seen, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet comes with a certain glitch that could potentially be used to exploit the game in all sorts of ways. It’s essentially the Pokémon equivalent of Super Mario 64‘s infamous Backwards Long Jump glitch – often abbreviated as BLJ.

This move – closely associated with speedrunning in the 1996 release Super Mario 64, was also spotted in Pokémon Legends: Arceus at launch, and now it’s been discovered in Scarlet and Violet. It’s as simple as mounting your legendary Koraidon or Miraidon and from there scaling a mountain. You could even potentially speedrun parts of the game. Here’s a look:

Centro Pokémon: “A glitch has been discovered in #ScarletViolet that allows scaling early. Normally Koraidon/Miraidon will slip if you try to jump and climb a slope without having the ability, but it turns out it’s as simple as jumping back so it doesn’t slip.”

If this does at all concern Game Freak or The Pokémon Company, they could issue a patch. For now, though – it’s in the game, and you can probably give it a go yourself, provided you’ve got a copy of Scarlet or Violet.

Have you tried out this infamous Super Mario 64 move in the new Pokémon games? Let us know in the comments.

Read More: Random: Pokémon Scarlet & Violet Trainers Discover Legendary BLJ Glitch

Join Our Newsletter!

Love Daynight? We love to tell you about our new stuff. Subscribe to newsletter!

You may also read!

Hunter Biden hit with 9 tax-related charges in new indictment

Hunter Biden has been indicted on nine tax-related charges, including three felony counts, according to court documents filed


This African bird will lead you to honey, if you call to it in just the right way

A wild African bird that will famously lead people to trees filled with honeycomb seems to somehow learn


Buying property in Asia? Real estate specialists give their investment tips

Hong Kong residential prices could fall by another 10% in 2024, according to DBS Hong Kong.Bloomberg | Bloomberg


Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.