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Some kind of free DLC. Our first thoughts would lean towards it playing out rather similarly to its handheld siblings, but seeing as this is also a home-console adventure instead of a purely portable one, Game Freak are likely to overhaul the series somewhat. They have a release date set for November 16, 2018, and will be followed by an even bigger Pokemon game in 2019. The Let's Go titles will instead be spin-offs designed to draw the Pokemon Go audience into both Switch and the Pokemon console experience.
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The Pokemon Company really does like keeping us on our toes, doesn't it? In one fell swoop we got the Pokemon Switch release date pushed to 2019, and two new games Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee, both of which are arriving November 16, 2018. Unfortunately what with those two games stealing the limelight, The Pokemon Company didn't actually show anything of the core RPG at all. We now know the Pokemon Switch game is coming in the second half of 2019, which feels like a very long time away. But he also drops a tantalising news nugget. He teases that there is indeed a Pokémon Switch game being worked on. We do at least know that the game will be a mainline title like Pokémon Sun and Moon, rather than any kind of spin-off like Pokkén Tournament or Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon. The next core Pokemon RPG isn't coming until 2019, so for now we'll have to suffice with Pokemon Let's Go! Pikachu and Eevee for 2018. Trainers can look forward to even more with an all-new core series Pokémon RPG title in development for the second half of 2019! According to a report from , the Pokémon game coming to Switch is Pokémon Stars, a spin-off from Pokémon Sun and Moon similar to what Pokémon Yellow did for Pokémon Red and Blue back in the day. Apparently, Pokémon will be tradeable between Pokémon Sun, Moon and Stars via Pokémon Bank, which means the app is also getting a Switch version. It sounds like Pokémon Stars will feature the same storyline, location and Pokémon as Sun and Moon, but with higher resolution textures and assets. Some of those have already been teased too, including the HD in-game model for Pikipek: There is also a moment in the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon reveal trailer that is very much in HD - especially compared to the rest of the footage. Could Pokemon Switch have a trading card element? Another interesting element that could play into the upcoming Pokemon Switch RPG is contained in a new patent filed by Nintendo and developer Game Freak. It seems to outline some kind of interactive trading card - potentially along the lines of the Animal Crossing amiibo cards - that can communicate with the Switch and change the appearance of the card or your in-game Pokemon depending on what you do in the game. Sounds like some kind of Harry Potter magic to me. According to the the cards would include a display screen with a character on it, but the screen would be able to change colours, backgrounds and patterns. What that seems to mean is that the your actions in the game or with your Switch could change the card display. It also goes onto suggest these cards may also be used with a smartphone... Of course, this is just a patent and many never go on to see the light of day, but when it comes to Pokemon and trading cards, the two very much go hand in hand, which could mean this isn't just a pie in the sky idea. Pokemon Switch will contain Gen 8 Pokemon According to the Spanish edition of the Official Nintendo Magazine, the upcoming Pokemon Switch game is going to feature the Generation 8 Pokemon, meaning a whole load of new critters to catch and train in the near future. Here is the Nintendo magazine talking about the upcoming Pokémom games pic. Game Freak and The Pokemon Company are rethinking the saga to surprise with new mechanics, either in 2018 or later. You should be able to trade Pokemon between Let's Go and the upcoming Pokemon Switch RPG It's looking very likely that you'll be able to trade Pokemon between all your upcoming Pokemon Switch titles. According to Game Freak's Junichi Masuda in an interview with Famitsu and translated by , there's at least a thought seed about forward trading compatibility. Well, thankfully, I am just one of those fans and using my own Poké-lust and a bit of help from the internet, here are the top five requested features for Pokémon on Switch. Pokémon Sun and Moon, and Ultra Sun and Moon, marked a huge shift in graphical quality for the series, especially in comparison to Pokémon Red and Blue back in the day, and offered the cleanest and clearest UI to date. The Switch deserves it. Can Hau really take over from his grandfather as Kahuna of Melemele Island? What does Lillie get up to on her own adventures in Kanto? I certainly want to know, and Pokémon Stars seems in the best position to answer those questions. But it does jar that Pokémon still make the same, weird, mechanical-sounding noises that they did circa 1990. They can sound their own names in the anime, so why not use those same sounds in the games too? Continue to evolve the Pokémon formula The removal of the typical formula for Pokémon Sun and Moon might have seemed drastic at first, but it worked. The games went from telling you to beat eight Gym Leaders before facing the Elite Four on repeat for 20 years, to giving you Island Trials to conquer and Totem Pokémon to face. Despite deviating so strongly from the norm, this generation still manages to feel like authentic entries to the series and GameFreak should continue to evolve - just like its Pokémon. Although Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon definitely gets closer to that feeling, any Pokémon you find on your travels outside of the long grass feel static and fake. Add in roaming wild critters, pet Pokés to fill homes, and let them have AI personalities that make the world feel more real.