Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee are arriving on November 14, exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Additionally, Pokemon in the wild will be surrounded by an aura to indicate their size, with red indicating a larger than normal creature and blue indicating the Pokemon is smaller than average.More news: Brexit campaigner Arron Banks says whistleblowers not credible witnesses
Another fun thing that Poke Ball plus has: as long as it is connected to your phone and the PoGO app, it will count your steps so you can hatch Eggs and get Candy for the Pokemon you've set as your buddy.More news: Kardashian West, woman Trump freed say they won't stop now
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Take the mythical Pokemon into your game. It's basically a Joy-Con shaped like a Poke Ball, and you can use it to play the entire game thanks to its built in joystick, accelerometer and more. Players will then need to capture them in a Poke Ball in order to acquire them in Let's Go. In addition to the title reveal, fans were promised a glance at a "never before seen" Pokemon - who has now been given the name Name. Depending on your stance, the angle you throw the Poke Ball and how quickly the Pokemon is moving, it may take several attempts to catch some creatures. It's not quite pay to win, but it is as close as you're going to get in a Pokemon game. Coming after the revolutionary Pokemon Sun and Moon, Generation 8 will feature a brand new region and its own unique roster of Pocket Monsters to catch and collect. Brock's gym was shown during the livestream. Check back throughout the rest of the week for more details on Pokemon Let's Go and other E3 coverage. As previously confirmed, a Switch Online subscription will be required to trade and battle online.