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An unused modern-day room has been found in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
In a video posted to YouTube, user Faz Faz shows off the environment which is only accessible via third-party software on PC.
The room can’t be interacted with, but it is entirely complete, with decorations including a limited edition Nintendo Switch. However, players are able to clip through the table upon which the Nintendo Switch is placed.
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Players have speculated that the room may be cut content from the intro of the game, which sees the player travel through time with the help of Arceus to the ancient region of Hisui.
The area has no entry or exit points programmed into the game, and the environment exists in a blank skybox, hinting that it wasn’t an area players were meant to visit.
While no DLC has been announced for Pokémon Legends: Arceus, areas on the map that are currently covered in fog have players speculating that a new expansion may be coming soon to the game.
Nintendo has claimed that Pokémon Legends: Arceus has become the fastest-selling Nintendo Switch entry in the series.
A tweet posted on the official Nintendo of America Twitter account said: “Thank you to the more than 6.5 million explorers worldwide who have already embarked on an exciting new adventure in Pokémon Legends: Arceus.”
Pokemon Legends: Arceus - the VGC review
VGC’s Pokémon Legends: Arceus review called it “the series’ best game in years”, claiming it’s “the breath of fresh air the series has needed for so long”.
It added: “It may not have been apparent from the trailers, but this is one of the most entertaining, engaging and engrossing games in the entire history of the Pokémon series, and is highly recommended to both long-time fans and complete newcomers.”