Pokemon X & Y: Absol, Pinsir, Jynx & More Evolutions Rumoured
A bunch of Pokemon X & Y rumours have surfaced, suggesting a lot of existing Pokemon could be getting evolved versions.
Published on May 7, 2013
Pokemon X & Y is due for release this October, but there's so little we actually know about the game. A hot topic for most Pokemon fans, however, is just which Pokemon will be included - whether new ones or existing ones getting new evolutions.
We've already reported on the fact that Pokemon X & Y could include a new Pokemon type in the form of the 'Fairy' type, but this latest batch of rumours suggests existing Pokemon could be adapted in a number of ways.
There's a lot of rumours recently appeared, however, so rather than run them down in any particular detail we'll just present them as they are and you can decent for yourself.
So here they are:
Pokemon X & Y: Absol Evolution
According to this photo, Absol - a favourite of ours - could be due an evolution of some kind. The change isn't too dramatic, disappointly, but the photo clearly suggests Absol will change into this new form.
Pokemon X & Y: Jynx Evolution
Jynx has already had a prevolution included as part of her range, and according to this image she could be set for a third evolution beyond her current max of Jynx.
Pokemon X & Y: Pinsir and Heracross Prevolution
It has already been rumoured that Pinsir and Heracross could be due for prevolutions, and this image suggests that's true.
Pokemon X & Y: Sableye Evolution
It's already been suggested that Sableye is going to be in the Pokemon movie this year, so it could be true that the Pokemon could be due a bit of attention with Pokemon X & Y. This is the evolution he is suggested to have.
Pokemon X & Y: Starter Evolutions - Froakie, Fennekin, Chespin
This image suggests a set of evolved forms for the three starter Pokemon in X & Y, Froakie (water), Fennekin (fire) and Chespin (grass). It has been suggested that these are the final forms and, while that could be true, we think they're actually their second evolved forms instead. What do you think?