Pokemon Let's Go! E3 2018 - Update 1:

Pokemon Let's Go has been shown a little more at E3, along with the Pokeball +

You can use the new device like a Joycon, and play the entire game with it. Each Pokeball+ comes loaded with the Legendary Pokemon Mew.

You can play the game in co-op - on one system - for the first time ever.

The game will launch on September 16.

It's been a big year for Nintendo since it launched the Nintendo Switch early in 2017.

Since then, the company has been keen to show gamers around the world that it can keep up with the other big publishers and that it can go toe-to-toe with even the likes of Microsoft and Sony.

We're expecting to see more news on the likes of Pokemon Let's Go Eevee and Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu, as well as new reveals revolving around Smash Bros. for Switch and Splatoon 2. 

The Pokemon news may give us our first proper look at the game, a well as what changes we can see from the title since Pokemon Yellow (the game it's based on) released back on the GameBoy Colour.

Nintendo this year confirmed that its pre-show E3 briefing will begin on June 12 - 9am Pacific, 12pm Eastern, 5pm BST, 6pm CEST

You can see the livestream embedded above, and we'll add more information as it becomes available.

Pokemon Let's Go! E3 2018 News: Gameplay, trailer, release date, new info and more!


Pokemon Let's Go! E3 2018 News: Gameplay, trailer, release date, new info and more!

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee are two of the most talked about games of the moment.

The two upcoming titles will be the first two titles in the Pokemon franchise available for the Nintendo Switch, and as such, they have gathered a lot of attention from enthusiasts all around the world.

And very soon, players will be able to get their hands on the title for the first time.

E3 will be kicking off in June later this week, and publishers and developers from all around the world will be gathering to show off their latest titles... and it appears that we'll be getting playable versions of Pokemon there, too.

According to premiere Pokemon fan site Serebii, Nintendo will have playable versions of both games at the show. Here's what the site has gathered about the potential demos:

“It has been announced that the upcoming Nintendo Switch titles, Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee are to be playable on the E3 show floor in Los Angeles next week, allowing for attendees to give the new systems a shot.”

It'll be interesting for fans to get their hands on with the games in this way - especially since so many fans have questions about the new mechanics are going to work.


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