McDonald’s Japan has revealed the upcoming Pokémon Happy Meal toy, scheduled to launch on February 9, 2024.
The fast food giant revealed two Pokémon Happy Meal toys on its McDonald’s Japan X (formerly Twitter) account. The first is the card for the Pokémon Mezastar, which contains the player’s Pokémon. Players earn additional cards for each subsequent Pokémon they catch. Terastallized versions of Koraidon and Miraidon are among six variations of Pokémon collected from McDonald’s Happy Meals. The Pokémon Mezastar video game, which players can play using physical cards, is limited to Japan.
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The second type of Pokémon Happy Meal toys will likely include several Pokémon, including Pikachu and Espurr, after McDonald’s revealed a teaser late last month depicting different Pokémon standing in a house. Pichu, Scorbunny, and Rowlet are other Pokémon that fans can also look forward to getting their hands on. The Pokémon Peaceful Place toy series, which includes stickers and coloring books of fan-favorite Pokémon as well as general household items, will launch alongside Pokémon Mezastar cards on February 9.
The Pokémon Company announced a Pokémon-themed Happy Meal partnership with McDonald’s in 2022 to create a new way for trainers to battle their favorite creatures, and the partnership continues custom. At the time, the return of Pokémon Happy Meal and the launch of Match Battles for the trading card game were recent developments in the Pokémon franchise, which since 1996 had spawned many forms of entertainment media. mind. The company released Pokémon: Scarlet and Violet later that year.
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McDonald’s Japan will give out exclusive Pokémon Mezastar cards for Pokémon Happy Meal, stickers, and Pokémon Peaceful Place coloring books starting February 9, 2024.
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Source: X (formerly Twitter)