It’s time for some nostalgia because as of September 23, 2022 you can switch to Netflix for Pokemon: Arceus Chronicles. This new animated film brings Ash Ketchum back to the Sinnoh region and connects with the legendary Pokémon that the movie is named after.
After Nintendo launched this year with Pokemon Legends: Arceus Launching a new game, it was clear that a movie would follow the same theme. The amazing and innovative thing about this pokemon game It takes you back in time. It is set in a period when humans and Pokemon did not live in harmony with each other. Also, not all electronic gadgets were invented to track the Pokemon that you came across on your way back then.
So the game was named Arceus. According to the stories, this legendary is the first ever Pokémon and in this way also the creator of all other Pokémon in the entire universe, a type of PokéGod.
We also see the same topic in Pokemon: Arceus Chronicles. This special was originally released in Japan as a four-part series called Pokemon Journeys: Series. But soon the English version of it will appear on Netflix as an animated movie. Therefore, Ash, Goh, Dawn and Brock will delve into the history of the Sinnoh region and meet the great creator Arceus. They will also have to face their classic enemy Team Galactic there.
Pokemon: Arceus Chronicles It will have its world premiere at the end of August in 2022 World Pokémon Championship in London. From September 23, the movie will be available to everyone Netflix.
Watch the trailer for Pokemon: Arceus Chronicles:
Pokemon: Arceus Chronicles It comes out on Netflix on September 23, 2022. If you’re looking for something else to watch in the meantime, check out our list of Top 50 Series.
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