Daft Punk Helmet Is a Hidden Object in New Pokemon Games
The well-known helmet worn by Daft Punk is one of the hidden objects that may be found in the two newest Pokemon games.
The so-called “Cool Helmet” is a collectible item that can be unlocked by gamers that play Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, as stated by Hypertext.
According to the website, the helmet may be purchased in a variety of colours, including the classic gold and black hues that Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Cristo sported in their respective incarnations of the character.
The players were instructed by Hypertext to travel to Cascarrafa, which is located on the western part of the map, in order to gain access to the headpiece. Find the store known as Seguro Style; it can be found right adjacent to the Cascarrafa Gym building.
“You should go to the section of the store that sells hats. Spend your gold on a Cool Helmet. You have the option of paying 4,000 in cash or league points.
Below is a video demonstrating how Daft Punk’s helmet may be used in Pokémon Go.
The French electronic duo, who announced in February 2021 that they would no longer be performing together after a career spanning nearly three decades, began using a new TikTok account just last month.
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Users of TikTok will soon have access to the band’s entire back catalogue of music for the purpose of using it in their films. Since the 1990s, the band has kept ownership of the rights to their musical material.
Fans can also add two Daft Punk-themed filters to their messages, including a customizable robot helmet and a visual effect for the 1995 single “Da Funk” that features an anthropomorphic dog named Charles wearing a helmet. Both of these filters were created by Spike Jonze.
It has been reported that Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Cristo will keep uploading content to their new TikTok channel in the foreseeable future. They signed the first video, which was a rapid-fire montage that ended with the dates “1993 — 2021,” with the phrase “Let’s rewind time back to TikTok.”
This month, the NME published a review of Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. In it, the publication stated that “Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are a disappointing beast.” I had a good time hanging out with him, and if you’re a fan of poke, you won’t be disappointed by the technical issues and design flaws he has, but it’s impossible for me to recommend him because he seems to be in such an unfinished state.
“There are good ideas here, but it seems as though it would be better if the Game Freak developer was given a little bit more time to refine the numerous ideas that are presented here.”