Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu and Eevee Official Domains Are Registered

Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu and Eevee Official Domains Are Registered

To add even more fuel to the story, Emily Rogers, a journalist notorious on the internet for her insider information, hinted at the possibility of Pokemon Go connectivity with the upcoming Nintendo Switch Pokemon titles.

With E3 on the horizon, rumors about the Pokemon titles coming to Nintendo Switch have kicked into high gear. She had previously revealed that Super Smash Bros. for the Switch would be released this year (and it will), so it stands to reason that she could be right about this as well.

CSC Corporate Domains has registered Pokemon websites for Nintendo before, including the official Pokemon Sun & Moon website domain.

That's not to suggest that the Pokemon Switch titles will ask gamers to pick up their consoles to catch Pokemon, but it is an acknowledgement that the new games can have similar mechanics to Pokemon GO without stretching all that far.

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Another main point to rear its head is the setting of the new Pokemon game, which will supposedly take place in Kanto, the location of the original games.

Domain registrar CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. has registered both http://pokemonletsgopikachu.com/ and http://pokemonletsgoeevee.com, which now direct to blank pages. In essence, that would make it a remake of a reimagining of Pokemon Red and Blue.

These new Pokemon titles were officially revealed previous year at E3. Hopefully, all the rumors will be addressed and we will have something decisive to work with.

We know that new Pokemon games are coming to the Nintendo Switch, but we don't have many details beyond that. However, it does seem like the current plan for the Nintendo Switch versions of Pokemon is for the games to serve as a remake of Pokemon Yellow.

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