Given that even non-gamers are familiar with the Pokemon series, it is, without a doubt, perhaps the most recognizable in all of gaming. Pokemon is still a favorite among many players. \n \nToday, they play every fresh era and installment. This new series of games, called Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, will undoubtedly be a hit with both seasoned and casual players when it debuts in November. \n \nThis market position does have certain disadvantages, though. Even while Pokemon games are primarily geared at families, some enthusiasts feel that the games are overly child-focused and poorly made. \n \nOf course, there are differing opinions on each of these points, but one contentious aspect of the "Pokemon games are too easy" discussion might come up once more. \n \nThe EXP Share has been a part of Pokemon video games. It first appeared as a method of giving a single Pokemon more practice, and in Sun and Moon, it was made a toggleable way to grant all of the Pokemon in the party XP. \n \nPokemon Sword and Shield also came with the EXP Share feature, but it couldn't be switched off, which caused a lot of debate. Additionally, it was not switchable off in the most current sequels of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. \n \nEXP may be kept on by default, according to a Twitter post from Pokemon S\/V leaker Blaines. Although this does not imply that it can't be user selectable, it strongly implies that it cannot. \n \nThe words were already written on the walls. There's almost no way that EXP Share won't be a recurring element in the upcoming generation, given how it was put into Pokemon Sword, Shield, Brilliant Diamond, and Shining Pearl. \n \nIt is to be mentioned that, in contrast to the planned excursions of the prior games, it will be intriguing to watch how the EXP Share affects Pokemon Scarlet and Violet's open universe.