If you’re a player who likes to take a more hands-on approach when training your Pokémon, you might want to read on. The upcoming remakes Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl won’t allow players to deactivate Exp. Share. This detail was reportedly confirmed in the latest round of previews.
In case you need a refresher, Exp. Share gives Pokémon in battle experience, as well as the Pokémon in your party. While this is no different to how Exp. Share functioned in Pokémon Sword and Shield, it seems to have raised some concerns about the remakes.
Some trainers on social media are worried it will make the game too easy and that they won’t have as much control over levelling when it comes to competitive play and EV training.
One other adjustment that’s been flagged in the latest round of previews is the return of single-use TMs. While it’s not the end of the world, some fans don’t seem very happy about it:
“People talking about the exp share but honestly the return of single use TMs is way worse for me… That’s such an unnecessary pull back, they’ve been unlimited since BW1”
On another note, auto-saves will also return and can be disabled. What are your own thoughts about all of this? Leave a comment down below.