The Pokemon press conference has been filled with new game announcements, but that wasn't the only news that was revealed.
Pokemon Let's Go will come out on November 16th.
The games seem to be spiritual remakes of the classic Pokemon Yellow - where the protagonist is given Pikachu as their starter Pokemon and their rival an Eevee - and also incorporate aspects of the wildly popular mobile game, Pokemon Go.More news: Lewis Hamilton calls for changes to revitalise Monaco Grand Prix
The Let's Go games also allow for two-player co-op, a new feature for the Pokemon RPGs.
Pokemon Quest is available now for the Nintendo Switch and set to launch on mobile devices in June.
Along with a new Switch controller in the shape of a Poke Ball, the variety of gaming scenarios involving the various gadgets and games might risk befuddling many adults, but will make ideal sense to kids and Pokemon-generation gamers. You'll also be able to trade Pokemon with other players, though Masuda did not comment on whether the Let's Go games would be compatible with other Pokemon games (past or future) or Pokemon Bank.More news: 'Hero' teacher shot three times as he stopped school attack
"For many people, Pokemon Go was their first experience with the Pokemon brand, so we have crafted these two new titles to be an accessible entry point to our core RPG series while giving our longtime fans a new way to play Pokemon". The cutesy voxel-style adventure is free-to-start, and we've got all the information players need in order to download and start lpaying Pokemon Quest.
The Let's Go games are Pokemon RPGs, but they draw from Pokemon Go in a number of ways. "The next introduction to its popular core RPG series, which was teased a year ago at E3, will arrive in late 2019 on Nintendo Switch for the first time", it said.More news: LeBron James Is Headed To His 8TH STRAIGHT NBA Finals