Japan has released their own version of Battle Planet products, and a physical version of Flare Wilda has been discovered.
Japanese Battle Planet products
Thanks again to @Catherine_Meow_ and @Ilove_BAKUGAN, we have our first looks at Japanese Battle Planet products. Since Takara Tomy was handling the toy we were wondering if the packaging would be different, and it turns it out it is. It gives off some BakuTech vibes, being vastly different than the American style. Upon further inspection, the new style has more detailed effect descriptions for cards, as well as a new artstyle for the BakuCores. So far everything seems to be the same with just minor aesthetic differences, but this stuff is still really cool.
More images will be added to gallery and pages as they uploaded.
Pyrus Dragonoid packaging
Pyrus Dragonoid factsheet
Darkus Howlkor Ultra packaging
Darkus Howlkor Ultra factsheet
Aquos Hydorous packaging
Aquos Hydorous factsheet
Darkus Nillious packaging
Darkus Nillious factsheet
Haos Pegatrix packaging
Haos Pegatrix factsheet
Pyrus Serpenteze Ultra packaging
Pyrus Serpenteze Ultra factsheet
Ventus Trox packaging
Ventus Trox factsheet
In addition, a user of the Bakugan Wiki Discord, KcToby101, has discover a physical version of something that was previously thought to never have been made: Flare Wilda. Flare Wilda was the Subterra Bakugan of the Bakugan Battle Brawlers Resistance, but was thought to have never been made into a toy. We now have proof that wasn't true, and it works as well! When it opens, it flashes and lights up, as is its namesake.
Can't wait to see how Takara Tomy handles the distribution of Battle Planet, the seem to already be coming out of the gate strong. As we know more, we'll keep you all informed. Thanks for reading, Abce2|Talk Contributions 18:32, 26 February 2019 (CET)