Junichi Masuda is one of the thousands of people expected at the Los Angeles, California, exhibition at E3 2018 this week. The Game Freak director is now showing off Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee during Nintendo’s livestreams, which are genuinely playable to the general public for the first time at E3.
E3 2018 Event is Here!
On November 16, the titles will be made available on the Nintendo Switch. Mew will only be available in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee on the Nintendo Switch by purchasing a Poké Ball Plus. Be sure to watch Nintendo Treehouse: Live for the first glimpse at live gameplay of Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee as well as the Poké Ball Plus gadget. The first set of photos featuring Brock in his new role as Pewter City’s gym leader were made public during the broadcast.
A first peek at a Pokémon Center in the game was also presented. During the E3 2018 expo, Pikachu, Eevee, and Unown L, E, T, S, G, O, and! are now showing up more often in Pokémon GO. Unown! is now available in Pokémon GO for the first time.
Players who just so happen to be at E3 2018 right now have the opportunity to win some exclusive prizes since the Let’s Go! games have several direct connections to Pokemon GO. Those that use the letters L, E, T, S, G, and O at the LA Convention Center significantly boost their odds of encountering Unown in addition to the regular Pokestops, Gyms, and Pokemon. You are aware of the future games, like in “Let’s Go.” The Mysterious “!” (exclamation mark), which will also appear there, is making its debut at this event as well.
You can find them close to the conference center if you look for them there, but it’s unclear how far they may spread out.
For Pokemon GO aficionados, the package that was introduced shortly after the Unown revelation and contains the Pokeball Plus, which also functions as the Pokemon GO Plus for Pokemon Go, is worthwhile to purchase (among tons of other things).