Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have a new cloning bug that can clone entire boxes

A new week has come, and Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining pearls player found another duplicate glitch.

The latest cloning method is more efficient the previous ways, as it allows the player to clone entire boxes filled with Pokémon and all of their kept items.

In a video shared to YouTube by PanFro Games, the new method is even simpler than previously found methods. You won’t need to use any wild Pokémon or daycare methods to clone with this glitch, and moreover it won’t sacrifice Pokémon like previous iterations.

With just a few button presses and the frequent menu crash of all duplication methods, you can turn an empty box into a complete duplicate of another box.

For obvious reasons, using this glitch is not supported by the game developer and may cause problems when playing online in the future. If you choose to use it, do so at your own risk.

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining pearls is proving to be a faithful remake of the original gen-four game, even with the same glitches as in those releases, including an earlier game. figure out how to get Shaymin without using its exclusive event.

While there is no fix yet, it is likely that there will be an update to the game in the future that will bring fixes for many of the game’s problems. Until then, players can do with these glitches as they please — at their own risk.

https://dotesports.com/pokemon/news/pokemon-brilliant-diamond-and-shining-pearl-has-a-new-duplication-glitch-that-can-copy-entire-boxes Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have a new cloning bug that can clone entire boxes


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