New Pokémon Go RPG for Nintendo Switch Coming This Week!
Every day, 5 million people play Pokémon Go. As of May 2018, there were 147 million active users. The game was downloaded over 500 million times across the world in 2016, the year it was released and created a short-lived fad of epic proportions. The height of the craze may have cooled down, but it’s about to heat up again. In just a few days, on November 16, 2018, Let’s Go Pokémon RPG for Nintendo Switch will be released.
Pikachu or Eevee?
Users who play the new game will need to choose Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! The game brings classic Pokémon RPG to Nintendo Switch. The remake features the original 151 Pokemon in 3D space. The new game is linked to the mobile version of Pokémon Go, which is an unexpected thrill for fans. The two games can be connected. You can transfer to Switch any Pokémon you’ve captured when out getting your cardio.
More Pokémon Good News & Updates!
Pokémon Go has 26 Gen 4 Pokémon’s available now, and a total of 107 altogether will be introduced, in stages. Among the Pokémon to be added are: Bidoof, Lucario, Grotle, Bibarel, Lopunny, Prinplup, Torterra, and Pachirisu.
Here are more updates included in the home console:
- AR + features for Android
- Gift notification stacking
- Friend request
- When preparing for gym battle, ability to choose multiple Pokémon
Airport Discounts at Pokémon Hotspots
There are popular Pokémon hotspots all over the world. If you travel to any of the major locations, including the following, and use the promo code “POKEMON!”, you can get up to a 30% discount on your airport parking.
In Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, Sydneysiders by the thousands meet at the waterfront on an unauthorized Pokémon Go Walk. The Opera House gym and The Rocks are also highly popular spots for Pokémon Go players. Now, players who get out to these great locations get to go home and download their new Pokémon onto their Nintendo Switch consoles. How awesome is that?
London, United Kingdom
London is filled with Pokémon sightings. Big Ben is a Pokémon gym, along with numerous historic monuments and buildings. PokeStops are on just about every street corner. At the Savoy Hotel you can pick up supplies and Poke Balls. Be sure and wear a Pokémon Go shirt for your travels.
New York City, New York
The Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building have some competition. Visitors can now find Pokémon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. There have been reports of Zubats flying around the museum’s ancient treasures. Central Park is the place to find many Pokémon species, including Pikachu! It’s also a place for stocking up on Poke Balls and lures.
Catch ‘Em All!
Will the Pokémon Go craze flare back up to fever pitch, with the release of a Nintendo Switch console version? We will soon know how many millions decide to go and catch ‘em all!