Taipei subway trains get a Pokémon makeover to promote Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Trains of the Taipei subway system have been adorned with Pokémon art awaiting the launch of Pokémon Legend: Arceus.

Covering the entire interior of the floor-to-ceiling wagon, Pokémon images and collages as well as advertisements for the new game have been made aboard several trains in Taiwan’s capital, reminding fans across the city about the upcoming launch of the newest Pokémon Switch game.

為 紀念 “寶 可 夢 傳說 阿爾 宙斯” 發售, 從 明日 起 可 夢 們 將 捷運 板 南 南! 滿 是 寶 可 車廂, 夢 們 滿 車廂, 傳說, 卡 牌 遊戲 主題 車廂 閃亮 登場! 內裝 設計也 各 不 相同, 敬請 期待! 之 多, 今後 賬號 每 天 介紹 不同 的

Sent by 寶 可 夢 台灣 above Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Pokemon themed subway cars on the Bannan line in Taipei, via Facebook

Taipei’s Pokémon-themed subway cars can be found on the Bannan line, but fans of the franchise looking to get to the city should check them out as soon as possible, as it’s unclear what the ad will be. displayed for how long.

Although the game has simple graphics, Legend: Arceus has been dubbed “the best Pokémon game of the past 20 years” by some critics, allowing fans to delve into the distant past of Pokémon training in a massive open world for the first time.

Pokémon has been one of the most successful game franchises for over 20 years, and the hype each new game brings to the gaming community is undeniable. This isn’t the first time Nintendo has gone all-out with marketing campaigns on international transit systems. In the past, Pokémon overhauls on the Japanese regional plane have appeared, and an official Pikachu car has also been released a few years back to promote the franchise.

Legend: Arceus, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo, is the latest installment in the Pokémon franchise. The game takes players back in time to the early days of the Sinnoh region, where it was possible to catch Pokémon in the open world without having to go to war.

Pokémon Legend: Arceus will launch on January 28, 2022 and will be available on Nintendo Switch. Taipei subway trains get a Pokémon makeover to promote Pokémon Legends: Arceus


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