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Pokemon RPG On Nintendo Switch Will Be A Completely Different Game, Said The Pokemon Company’s President

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The so-called Pokemon RPG for Nintendo Switch is one of the most eagerly awaited games by Pokemon fans. The traditional Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch will hit the stores’ shelves in 2019, and now The Pokemon Company’s President Tsunekazu Ishihara has added more details about the new Pokemon RPG game.

In a piece on Pokemon for Famitsu magazine, the company manager spoke about the upcoming Pokemon RPG for Nintendo Switch.

Pokemon RPG for Nintendo Switch will bring on the 8th Generation of Pokemon

First of all, Ishihara has reconfirmed that this Pokemon game will be launched in the second half of 2019 and said that the game will please users who have already played the previous releases of the series.

In this regard, The Pokemon Company’s President, Tsunekazu Ishihara, pointed out that this upcoming Pokemon RPG on Nintendo Switch will be a completely new game, not another updated version of an existing Pokemon game, and will have a large number of new Pokemon to discover and capture.

It has been confirmed that this game will bring the eighth generation of Pokemon.

Pokemon RPG will have better graphics than previous releases on Nintendo Switch

The Pokemon Company’s President, Tsunekazu Ishihara, also said that Pokemon RPG will have better graphics than any other previous game in the series, which, given the great look of games like Pokemon Let’s Go, can be great news for all the Pokemon fans.

However, we remind you that this year Pokemon Let’s Go will be released on Nintendo Switch in two different versions, namely, Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee, a 2-in-1 game with characteristics similar to Pokemon GO, a fact which will make both titles compatible, according to the latest announcements.

Additionally, the franchise’s fans should expect more details about future Pokemon games on Nintendo Switch during the E3 2018 Nintendo presentation conference.