A few of the benefits have been discovered regarding the trading of pocket monsters in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” As reported by Strength Gamer on Oct. 24, creatures that are traded from one player to another can learn a new latent ability called “Boosted XP.”
With the new skill, the pocket monster will then be able to earn 150 percent the amount of experience points from battles. They will be able to increase their level more quickly as a result. Furthermore, you don’t need to trade for the same creatures (such as exchanging Charmanders with a friend) in order to unlock the hidden ability.
Similar to the previous releases in the series, players are encouraged to trade pocket monsters in “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” In addition to the aforementioned “Boosted XP” ability, trading is also required in order to obtain exclusive creatures that can only be acquired in one version.
“Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” both of which came out on Oct. 12 in the North American region, are part of the sixth-generation of mainline video games from the long-running series. Players are able to trade with each other using local and online connections. Game Freak is the company that developed the two software products, which were published by Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL handheld platforms. You can take a look at some screenshots from the latest “Pokemon” titles in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can also order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y”