Pokemon Let’s Go Release Date and Details

Pokemon Let’s Go is the first Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch. It has two variations, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!. There will be plenty of excitement among the fans about the game. The game is actually a remake of Pokemon Yellow. The game will take the players to the Kanto region.

The players will start in Pallet Town, and they are going to face against the 151 original Pokemon. Adding to this, there are going to be several characters which made their appearance in the anime. Pokémon: Let’s Go! is going to be released on November 16. The game is exclusive to Nintendo Switch. The games are also available for pre-order on Amazon for $59.99 each.

Pokemon Let's Go Release Date

Both the games will allow you to start with two different starters. In Pikachu version, you start with Pikachu, and in Eevee version, you start with Eevee. There are some Pokemon who are exclusive to one game. So just like most Pokemon games, some Pokemon will appear in one game while the others will appear in the other version. Oddish, Sandshrew, and Growlithe will only appear in the wild in Let’s Go, Pikachu Bellsprout, Vulpix, and Meowth are available in Let’s Go, Eevee!

The first generation of Pokémon will be available in both the games. Mewtwo has been confirmed to appear, along with Moltres, Zapdos, and Articuno. The Mega Evolutions of the three Kanto starters (Mega Venusaur, Mega Charizard X and Y and Mega Blastoise) will also be available in the game. The two games will also have an all-new Pokemon, who is named Meltan. It is a steel type Pokemon.

The starter Eevee or Pikachu will not evolve but, all the other Pokemon will evolve. You will have a total of six Pokemon in your party. The rest of the Pokemon will be sent to your box. Your partner Pokemon will ride on your shoulders or hat, and you can even select another party Pokemon to walk with you. A really cool feature of the game is that you can ride large Pokemon such as Onix.

Players will be able to trade Pokémon from their Let’s Go! games and battle other players via local wireless and Wi-Fi. This requires two Nintendo Switch systems, as well as an active membership to the Nintendo Switch Online service.

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