Tuesday, 22 May, 2018

Rumor: Pokemon Switch Leak Reveals Game Name, Pikachu and Eevee Focus

A host of rumors about the Switch version of Pokemon claim the game has a name setting and final features A host of rumors about the Switch version of Pokemon claim the game has a name setting and final features
Sandy Nunez | 17 May, 2018, 03:35

A recent tweet from Game Freak's Junichi Masuda also featured Pikachu and Eevee plushies, alongside a Pikachu doll wearing a Luigi costume, potentially in a sly nod towards Pokemon Let's GO! . But while intensifying rumors hinting at a Pokemon Switch title finally being announced are exciting enough, it's the prospect of it being connected in some way to Pokemon GO that really has us excited here at Gamezebo. According to a report from Nintendo-focussed gaming site, Nintendo Everything (via ResetEera) it's been discovered that domains for these two possible titles - PokemonLetsGoPikachu.com and PokemonLetsGoEevee.com were registered by CSC Corporate Domains. Currently, on Android alone, the game has been downloaded for more than 100 million times.

The rumour mills are in full swing as two new domain names have added fuel to the Pokemon Switch fire, prior to E3 2018.

Leaks say Nintendo Switch's rumored Pokemon game, which is set in Kanto, may be coming to the popular console sooner than we expected. Over the past few days, rumors have cropped up claiming that not only will the Switch's Pokemon titles be released this year, but also what their titles will be.

Pokemon on Switch has yet to attract a release date.

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On top of that, anyway, she said she won't be providing more information about this topic ahead of the official announcement of the game, which is slated to be coming as early as later this month and so before the E3 2018 kicks off.

Let us know in the comments if you are excited about Pokemon Go Pikachu and Pokemon Go Eevee on Nintendo Switch.

Until then we can only wait and see what Nintendo has in the works for us.