Numerous films, video games, and television shows featuring the Pokemon franchise have a devoted fan base that spans the globe. This year, the Pokemon Organization has been incredibly kind to its followers. It is launching the first games of the ninth generation in the game series this November, following the successful release of Pokemon Legends: Arceus, which rose to the top three best-selling games of 2022. \n \nIn addition, the eagerly awaited Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will feature new pocket monsters and an open-world area with Spanish influences. \n \nThe gameplay, Pokemon, and geographical details of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have been a source of confusion for fans ever since their initial introduction in February. Three official trailers have been made available thus far, increasing fans' excitement for the games. \n \nIntriguing information regarding Scarlet and Violet's new features was disclosed in the third trailer, which was broadcast at the beginning of August. In addition, the music included in recent adverts makes fans interested because they have never heard it before, and many wonder if it will be the game's OST. \n \nThe advertisement uses images from the third trailer, but the soundtrack has been changed to a song that has never been heard before. On Twitter, the post received a lot of attention from the Pokemon community and quickly racked up more than 2,000 likes and 290+ retweets. \n \nWhen they heard this song, Pokemon enthusiasts on Twitter were ecstatic, and they shared their joy in the post's comments section. Some admirers asserted that the music sounded "Asturian" and fit the new Paldea region modelled after Spain. \n \nHowever, most fans were speculating whether renowned composer and video game developer Toby Fox was behind this score. Toby Fox recently acknowledged on Twitter that they were responsible for the game's background music and the soundtrack for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet's new Terastal Raid bouts.