Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go! Eevee are upcoming function enjoying video video games for Nintendo Switch. Unveiled on May 30, 2018, they’re spin-offs of the Pokémon franchise, and described as being a reimagining of the Game Boy title Pokémon Yellow and incorporating parts of fellow spin-off recreation Pokémon Go. The video games are scheduled to be launched on November 16, 2018. 
Director Junichi Masuda acknowledged that Let’s Go could possibly be thought-about to be a “remake” of Pokémon Yellowexplaining that Yellow “resonated” finest with youthful gamers as a result of it included parts from the Pokémon anime collection. 
Although it’s the first recreation within the franchise for the platform, Pokémon Let’s Go! is a separate undertaking from the “core” Pokémon recreation for Nintendo Switch that was promised by Game Freak throughout Nintendo’s E3 2017 presentation; which is scheduled for late-2019. 
The video games are set within the Kanto area. Some of the gameplay and mechanics of Let’s Go! are impressed by the cell spin-off recreation Pokémon Goakin to capturing wild Pokémon—which is carried out by “throwing” Poké Balls by utilizing Joy-Con movement controls reasonably than the normal battle system, though it would nonetheless characteristic coach and health club battles. The recreation’s management scheme is designed to solely require one Joy-Con per-player. Similarly to Pokémon Yellowthe participant character will begin with both a Pikachu or Eevee relying on the model, which is able to comply with the participant within the overworld and never keep inside a Poké Ball.  The video games may also characteristic co-operative multiplayer, in addition to integration with Pokémon Go to alternate items and Pokémon between the 2 video games. 
The video games will assist an non-obligatory Poké Ball-shaped controller often known as the Poké Ball Plus, which succeeds the Pokémon Go Plus accent. The controller options an analog stick, movement management assist, HD Rumble suggestions, and lighting results, and may also be used to “store” Pokémon to switch between the sport and Pokémon Go.