Let's Go Pikachu, Eevee Version-Exclusive Pokemon Announced

Joanna Estrada
July 16, 2018

As players have already seen a ton of gameplay in Let's Go's Viridian Forest, there was still so much mystery concerning what the rest of the region would look like in its new polished, 3D style.

You can check out the new trailer for the game as well as a map of Kanto below. Though, this isn't the only thing this screenshot shows.

A new Japanese trailer for Pokemon Let's Go confirms the return of anime villains Jessie and James.

By having certain Pokemon exclusive to each game, the idea is that it will encourage players to trade with one another in order to fully complete their Pokedex. Blastoise is near Route 7, right outside of Saffron City.

The Let's Go games are largely modeled after Pokemon Yellow, in which most version exclusive Pokemon were present. For years, version-exclusive Pokémon have been a genius trick on Nintendo's part.

Let's Go, Pikachu and Let's Go, Eevee launch for Switch on November 16. Likewise, Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee will receive Bellsprout, Meowth and Vulpix. Funko has announced that the company will make its first-ever Pokemon figurine based on the beloved Nintendo franchise, with the first figurine of course being the series' most iconic Pocket Monster, Pikachu. For instance, your Pokémon (or at least your Pikachu or Eevee) will be able to sport a variety of different accessories, adding a level of customization to the games that hasn't been seen before (unless you're into the rigors of EV training, which again, Let's Go isn't about).

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