One of Nintendo’s biggest bets for this year is Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, the new release in the series that will play the role of a “bridge” between the original franchise and Pokemon GO. The upcoming games will come out in November this year. After Nintendo Direct E3 2018 presentation ended, Bill Trinen and other members of Nintendo US starred in a match at TreeHouse showing 45 minutes of Pokemon Let’s Go gameplay alongside Junichi Masuda, the director of Game Freak.
As we can see and hear, the size of the Pokemon we capture will alter the amount of experience gained in direct proportion. Therefore, the larger the Pokemon, the more experience we’ll win.
The interface of the Pokemon statistics will not differ much from the main saga’s titles, indicating the data for the six essential parameters and the CP, the power points already seen in Pokemon GO.
The gameplay video also confirmed that the rival is called Trace in the English version and there will be no presence of Blue/Gary or any equivalent. We don’t know yet whether this will be related to him or what his personal aspirations are.
45 Minutes Of Pokemon Let’s Go gameplay, presented by Nintendo after E3 2018 conference reveal more details
An interesting detail is that regardless of the initial Pokemon chosen (Eevee or Pikachu), which will always be on our shoulders, the first Pokemon on our team will also follow us so that two of them can be outside their Poke Ball.
In those 45 minute of Pokemon Let’s Go gameplay, Brock was seen at the Silver City Gym wearing the same clothes as in the Game Boy Advance games.
Finally, the Go Park will be the equivalent of the Fuchsia City Safari Zone, spaces where there will be different Pokemon to capture with varying levels of CP.
The release of Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee will take place on November 16th exclusively for Nintendo Switch. At the same time, the Poke Ball Plus peripheral will be sold, and the purchase of it will guarantee Mew.