Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu, Let's Go Eevee Announced For Nintendo Switch

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu, Let's Go Eevee Announced For Nintendo Switch

There's also a Poke Ball Plus device that seemingly lets you take Pikachu out for a stroll with you. The first two are Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

If you need to get your fix now, today also marks the launch of a free-to-play game, Pokemon Quest, that you can download on the Nintendo eShop. Remember that Pokemon Go's huge success was thanks to it being available for smartphones, and thus not requiring a proprietary piece of hardware. Stay tuned for more about Pokemon Let's GO Pikachu, Let's Go Eevee, and Pokemon Quest as more is announced. We've heard reports that some players can't find the game using the full title, so barring that, players can also simply type in "quest" and search for Pokemon Quest in the returned search results. Players will be able to customize a party of up to three Pokemon with special items called Power Stones, which influence your party attributes. One of the smartest aspects of Wednesday's announcement is the introduction of the 4,980 yen ($46) Pokeball, an accessory for the Switch that mimics an important component of gameplay (it's used to catch and store Pokemon). Joe Merrick of Serebii states that he highly doubts that the first information on the new game will come on the Japanese show, so if there is a formal announcement it'll come before it. Like Minecraft blocky. The game features "Pokecells" which are the blocky versions of Pokemon you see in the video below. Pokemon Quest is a free-to-start game, so players can at least see what it has to offer before spending any cash on it.

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