On May 18th, a new Pokémon Peace Squad game was announced for the Wii U, Pokémon Peace Squad Infinity. Not much is known at the time, but for the first time, there will be three different gameplay styles, which are similar to those from Sonic Adventure 2. Thr first is high-speed stages, where you go through stages, sometimes switching to 2D-esque views. The second is shooter stages, where a you pilot a craft called the Zero One-Two and shoot through enemies and obstacles, utlizing weapons from them along the way. The third is stages where you search for various items, similar to Knuckles and Rouge and SA2, but much more tolerable. Characters will be split up into the three groups, further individualizing them.
The stages revealed so far are for high-speed stages, an Emerald Coast-like stage, a stage set in a Wild West enviornment, an area of Mayan-esque ruins flooded with aqua-green water (Team Aqua oriented), what looks like Oil Desert from Sonic 4 Episode II (Cipher oriented), an area like Speed Highway or Radical Highway, an area containing a hologram of a game board, a circus-like stage, and the interior of a Team Plasma building. Shooter stages revealed include a jungle and a forest area within what looks like an underwater dome. Search stages revealed are the inside of a Team Magma base and an area resembling Meteor Herd or Mad Space.
Also revealed is Pokémon Peace Squad HD, an HD remastering of the first Pokémon Peace Squad game. It will be for the Wii U's Shop Channel and consist of not juse the main game, but the Timerunners and Space Shield Crisis expansions, the difficulty packs and extra stages, and multiplayer modes and maps. While not confirmed, the HD version may also contain new characters and Special Missions.