As of today, we're exactly four weeks out from the launch Pokemon Let's Go.
Kanto has added a group of obsessives for Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee. What makes these trainers particularly challenging is that you'll only be able to compete against them using the Pokemon they specialize in; for instance, you can only battle the Charizard Master Trainer using your own Charizard.More news: Canada is already running out of weed just days after legalisation
When going up against these trainers, each match will be a one-vs-one battle with no items allowed. These are the Master Trainers, and each of them is considered the strongest Trainer for a specific Pokemon. The trainers will only battle Pokemon of their chosen species - so you'll have to bring a Charizard to challenge the Charizard Master or a Blastoise to challenge the Blastoise Master.
They might, if this new trailer for Pokemon Let's Go is any indiciation. While some Master Trainer battles will probably be pretty tame - we have a hard time imagining that a battle between two Weedle will be one of the history books - there's bound to be at least a few tough battles as you encounter the Master Trainers for powerful Pokemon like Dragonite and Mewtwo.More news: S. Korea, US cancel another major military exercise this year
"Well you know in general, I always want to be kind of facing new challenges and trying to you know, do new things with Pokémon". Each trainer is a master of a different species of Pokemon, and they'll challenge players to a special one on one battle to prove whose Pokemon is best.More news: Ayton posts double-double as Suns rout Mavs in season opener