Looks like good news for those who have restlessly been waiting for the game developers to release more details about "Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon."

Much to their delight, more shreds of information about the upcoming alternate versions to Game Freak's 2016 role-playing video games have been revealed in the form of a new trailer.

New trailer reveals more details

Despite being concise, the video highlights some of the key dissimilarities that players will experience in this modern iteration of the Alola region. Among a slew of other changes, the video showcases the games' avatars that have received a face-lift specifically for these installments.

The video gives us a brief glimpse of the recently divulged form of the wolf Pokemon, Dusk Form Lycanroc. This cements the fact that players will be able to evolve only special Rockruff into Dusk Form Lycanroc.

It’s worth noting that players who manage to get their hands on a copy of the game before January 10 will be eligible to receive the Rockruff above in the form of a free DLC (downloadable content) gift.

Other changes

In its latest report, Gamespot points out that the region will be sporting some interesting changes. First off, the map of Alola looks noticeably different than it did in "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

According to a post on the games' official website, ominous clouds are permeating the sky right above the region as players run smack into never-before-seen buildings and landscapes.

Furthermore, the trailer hints at the revelation of new secrets of the Alola region, which Gamespot believes will allude to the Ultra Beast Necrozma.

"Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon" will give the mysterious Pokemon a prominent role, while spilling the beans about some of its secrets that were kept under wraps in the previous titles.

Although this was not mentioned in the trailer, the games' official website confirmed that the hotly anticipated titles would also have new Z-Moves.

The site reveals that players will be able to get hold of a Z-Power Ring that lets them release a myriad of Z-Moves than they could in "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

The Pokemon Company teased one of the new attacks at this year's Pokemon World Championships: Clangorous Soulblaze, an exclusionary Z-Move for Kommo-o.

This attack can inflict considerable damage to both rival monsters during Double Battles and also increase every Kommo-o's stats.

Release date and availability

The new Pokemon games are slated to release for Nintendo 3DS on November 17. In the meantime, players will be able to return to the franchise's second-generation installments, "Pokemon Gold and Silver," which is scheduled to hit the 3DS Eshop on September 22. European players, on the other hand, will be able to purchase boxed release of the said games that comprise a download code for their corresponding versions.