With the launch of Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! happening later this year on November 16, this announcement may indicate the production of other Pokemon Funko in the future, although nothing more has been announced at this time. Disheartening, but at least players will be able to see some of their favorite characters in the game, including Misty, Brock and good old Professor Oak.
As per every mainline Pokemon game, there are version exclusives for both Eevee and Pikachu that you will only be able to acquire through online trading. Meanwhile, Bellsprout, Vulpix and Meowth will appear in Let's Go: Eevee.
A new Japanese trailer for Pokemon Let's Go confirms the return of anime villains Jessie and James. This trailer focuses on the open world exploration in the Kanto region and gives us a more detailed look at the game.
Get a closer look at Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! for Nintendo Switch!
As for those wild Pokemon available to capture, just like Red and Blue, each version of Pokemon: Let's Go will have their own exclusive Pokemon.
Fortunately, the number of version exclusive Pokémon is far fewer this year, thanks to Pokémon Let's Go concentrating only on the original generation of adorable critters. Battles will only take place with other trainers and gym leaders, and your team of critters level will be based on CP instead of levels that we're used to in other Pokemon RPG's.
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