An attempt to restore Pokemon that does not appear in Pokemon Sword Shield by hacking game data
Pokemon Sword and Shield hackers start restoring cut Pokedex monsters-Polygon
According to hacker Matt , Pokemon, which is said not to appear in the game when analyzing game data of Pokemon Sword Shield, does not appear at the time of article creation, but is included in the game as data That's right. Therefore, some Pokemon included in the data may appear newly in future updates.
For example, “ Lunaara ”, a legendary Pokemon that appeared in Pokemon Sun Moon, is a Pokemon that does not appear in Sword Shield, but it is included in the game as data.
'we don't know if they're usable it's probably just leftover data' lol pic.twitter.com/Ia0gRKLndh— Matt (@mattyoukhana_) November 16, 2019
Michael, another hacker, uses a special tool to import Pokemon's 3DCG model from `` Pocket Monsters Let's Go! Pikachu Eevee '', reproducing Pokemon that does not appear in Sword Shield .
According to Michael's, using a save file editor Wanpachi that should not appear in the Sword shield the Omusuta pattern which was modified to (level 50). Michael tweeted, “The remodeling itself wasn't too difficult. Of course, more work is needed, but it's pretty cool to see the omster in action.”
Well, that wasn't so hard.— Michael (@SciresM) November 18, 2019
A Ton More Needs Work, Of Course, But It'S Pretty Cool To See It Functioning. Pic.Twitter.Com/KYm1nkMsXO
The situation where Omster is actually moving is as follows.
Yay, animations! Pic.twitter.com/5D3Cv0r56Q— Michael (@SciresM) November 18, 2019
Furthermore, a movie that records the operation of Omster during the battle is also released. Michael said, “The animation when entering the battle is broken, but it works fine otherwise. The status is clearly broken (the status has not been corrected even in personal attempts) This status was the one that I used for the remodeling. '
Animation on entering battle is pretty broken, but it works okay other than that.— Michael (@SciresM) November 18, 2019
Stats Are Broken Obviously (Did Not Fix The Personal Entry Yet), And This Was Originally An Edited Yamper That I Did Not Bother Giving Legitimate Moves. Pic.Twitter.Com/m1C8CzDQCt
According to Michael, the actual work time is about 1 hour , and the time spent on the development and maintenance of the tool “ PKHeX ” used for the work is not counted.
There is an indication that 'It was too difficult for game freaks ...' because it was possible to import a 3DCG model of one Pokemon into Sword Shield in about an hour of work.
Too hard for Game Freak though apparently ...— WannabePoketuberAustinJohn (@PoketuberAustin) November 18, 2019
THANK YOU for proving this can be done in a short time!
However, the modification of the 3DCG model made by Michael cannot import Pokemon animation data and status information, so more work may be required.
Michael wrote that `` It is difficult to import old Pokemon into Sword Shield, but it is feasible '', and other hackers etc. will devise methods to accurately import animations, statuses, etc. I am expecting you. He also plans to develop a tool to correctly import Pokemon status that is not implemented in Sword Shield.
In addition, there is a project to remodel the wild area tree to high resolution because the wild area tree of Sword Shield is too messy.
Wild area was too scared to cry pic.twitter.com/wrb6EeS2E7— Kitron (@ ttssee_05) November 15, 2019