Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu And Eevee Require A Subscription To Play Online

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 14, 2018

"Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee will have online play functionality".

It's worth pointing out that Nintendo's online service will cost significantly less than the offerings from Sony and Microsoft. If so, how do I catch Pokemon?

The Pokemon Company clarified information regarding online features for both Pokemon: Let's Go titles, and also reconfirmed a couple tidbits on the upcoming Pokemon RPG.

The news comes from Eurogamer, who claim to have received a statement confirming the actions required to capture Pokémon in the game.

He teased that the game will be "completely different" to Pokemon Let's Go!, and will offer a 'good understanding of what an evolved Pokemon game looks like after it has continued to succeed the traditions of Game Freak'. "Battling and trading with other players over the internet or locally will be available in these games", a Pokémon Company spokesperson said. The games will also lack "GTS, Wonder Trade, and Battle Spot (Rating Battle, Free Battle, and Online Competition, etc.)", The Pokemon Company told Game Informer (thanks, Gematsu). Further details will be revealed at a later date. While you have an active subscription, for instance, you'll be granted access to a revolving library of classic NES games, some of which will be enhanced with online multiplayer capabilities for the Switch. Since players can attach their rosters from different accounts, the act of catching them all may be expedited and thus shortens the game's lifespan for some players. However, this is probably the biggest Nintendo Switch game that fully integrates motion controls into such a central part of the game. With that in mind, let us know your thoughts on the Pokemon paywall and the dialled back features.

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