The appearance of a refreshed and diverse meta after dexit is a complete illusion. The games simply haven't been out long enough for people to crack down on what the best new mons and team comps are. Just like always, this meta will boil down to a dozen or so key mons showing up on nearly every team. If anything, dexit hampers meta diversity, because the best will always rise to the top and the shit will always sink, regardless of the absolute power scale. Just because we arent seeing lando t heatran mag every game doesn't mean those same trends wont re-emeege.I’m popping in as a Dexit supporter. Like, a full dexit supporter, I agree with the decision.
I think the big thing for me is that finishing the pokedex feels way more feasible now, but the regional dex is, at the same time, really diverse. Going through the wild area alone I already feel like I’ve seen all sorts of species, way more than what would be on the typical island in SM.
Also there’s of course the competitive metagame shifting, which I think is a welcome change. A lot of the teams I’ve been seeing lately in ou have the same couple Pokémon so a complete revamp is nice
I’m also wondering if there’s a chance that we’ll be able to trade forward Pokémon from SwSh to future switch games, but not trade backward. They may very well have a national dex in a couple gens, by adding more Pokémon each game and reusing models from the last ones. This may have been disproven but I’m not sure
Most importantly I’m hoping that Haxorus becomes competitively viable
Aight im out