“Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!” on Nintendo Switch To Boast a New Pokemon: Meltan

The Pokemon Company confirmed a few months ago that “Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!” would arrive on Nintendo Switch on November 16th. The games are inspired by the popular mobile game, Pokemon Go, and it seems that they were created to connect directly to that title. Unveiled during a special press conference in Tokyo, the two new Pokemon games were developed by Game Freak, and aim to bring to the Nintendo Switch the same fun experience of exploration that the Pokemon Go is already offering. Also, a new legendary Pokemon was revealed, in the name of Meltan.

Pokemon’s official YouTube channel revealed how the creature Meltan would appear in the new video games, “Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!”. According to the release, Pokemon Go is the key to finding Meltan in the games made for Nintendo Switch, but the company did not reveal more about this.

“Most of Meltan’s body is made of liquid metal, and its shape is very fluid. He can use his liquid arms and legs to corrode metal and absorb it into his own body. Meltan generates electricity using the metal it absorbs from external sources. He uses this electricity as a source of energy and as a way of attacking through his eye. It’s clearly a curious Pokémon that is very expressive and shows interest in all sorts of things,” Pokemon Company stated.

Pokemon Go and “Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!” for Nintendo Switch would be interconnected

That means you can send your mobile Pokemon characters from the Kanto region to your Switch, and you can also send gifts to Pokemon Go from your Nintendo Switch console games, “Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!.”

All you need is a Joy-Con control to play, and when you’re ready to capture a new creature, all you have to do is turn the controller forward like a Poke Ball. Your friends can enter the game to explore with you with a second Joy-Con control, and you can even launch two Poke Balls with them simultaneously, which will combine to create a bigger, more effective Pok Ball.

After throwing it and capturing your target, you’ll hear your Nintendo Switch console announcing that you caught the new Meltan Pokemon. You can take the Pokemon with you and show it to your friends. The Poke Ball Plus can also be connected to the Pokemon Go game for smartphones.

The Nintendo Switch release of “Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Let’s Go Eevee!” will be held on November 16th this year, along with the new Poke Ball Plus feature.

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