First Pokemon Funko Pop, Pikachu, Announced as Target Exclusive


That tradition will continue with the upcoming Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, which will have at least three exclusive Pokemon species each (not counting evolved forms). Likewise, Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee will receive Bellsprout, Meowth and Vulpix. However, even if you only pick up one version, you will still be able to obtain the missing Pokemon by trading with a player who has the opposite version-although you'll need to have a Nintendo Switch Online subscription in order to trade with others online.

As well as introducing your oxymoronic "Friendly Rival" and Professor Oak, The Pokemon Company showcased the range of ridiculous pokemon you can ride including Onyx.

Trainers will also be able to style their Pokemon's hair, meaning you can give Pikachu or Eevee the hip quiff they deserve.

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We also got our first look at the new and improved Kanto, which looks much more vibrant than the original map did (obviously).

Pokemon Let's Go, Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go, Eevee, which connect to Pokemon Go and use a new device called the PokeBallPlus, will be released worldwide on November 16.

The region of Kanto in Pokemon: Let's Go! In addition to that, players will also be able to dress their signature Pikachu or Eevee with some new haircuts, which look downright odd. Since Pokemon GO is still as popular as ever, Let's Go will allow your Switch and mobile devices to communicate with one another, letting you transfer your favorite Pokemon from GO into your Switch RPG.