Random: Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Players Reach Outer Space While Making Sandwiches

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Sandwich
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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet players have found a bug in the game that allows them to launch their player into space…simply by building a sandwich. We are not joking.

Automaton West reports that in Japan, gamers have come up with a fun little game that challenges them to reach the deepest, darkest depths of space by creating a chorizo ​​sandwich. Things like that are only easy in Paldea, aren’t they? To reach beyond Paldea and the stratosphere of Pokémon World, players must set up a picnic table on a high point in Paldea. A popular area turned out to be the Windmill Hills of Western Province (Area 1).

Once you find the spot, set up your picnic table so that it passes through one of the three windmills. You’ll know you’re right if the top left of the plate is covered by the pillar. Then you totally ignore the bread in front of you and start laying chorizo ​​into the pillar. Stacking the chorizo ​​through the pillar forces the camera into awareness, and eventually, you can see the entire map of Paldea, and even part of the globe.

The Twitter hashtagbakuhatsu gaku sandwich‘, which translates to ‘studying sandwich explosions’ gives you a pretty good idea of ​​what players are trying to accomplish. Take a look at some of the examples below.

It seems very delicately, especially when you are well above the table and even the world. We guess it’s pretty hard to drop chorizo ​​from thousands of meters with precision, but we’ve never really tried it…

A very interesting detail to note about the planet itself is that it appears in different colors depending on the time of day. It’s just a one-color sphere, but space travel wasn’t exactly intended in Scarlet & Violet.

There is one thing to note though – if you try to do this, you may actually crash your game. So taking advantage of this bug could lead to more problems. So be careful.

Earlier today, The Pokémon Company revealed that they will be releasing another patch for the game around the end of April 2023. Even though we just got a patch on Pokémon Day, there’s still plenty more that we want to see happen. the game – especially before The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero drops later this year

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