Free 'Pokémon Quest' RPG released today on Nintendo Switch

Free 'Pokémon Quest' RPG released today on Nintendo Switch


We will keep you updated on the matter as soon as possible, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee were unveiled by the Kyoto-based video-game maker on Wednesday. Other than this, little has leaked about the title so far, apart from the fact that it's expected to be somewhat of a departure from what fans have come to expect from the series, though it remains unclear exactly how. Players will be able to customize a party of up to three Pokemon with special items called Power Stones, which influence your party attributes.

The page can be found at this link. The unified gaming experience is straight out of Nintendo's playbook, encouraging people to move around and get physical. The series will comprise two halves of the same game in Pikachu and Eevee versions. Nintendo's partnership with Pokemon is deep. Switch sales will probably benefit, and analysts are already predicting that Nintendo will surpass its target of selling 20 million consoles in the year through March 2019. One of the smartest aspects of Wednesday's announcement is the introduction of the 4,980 yen ($46) Pokeball, an accessory for the Switch that mimics an important component of gameplay (it's used to catch and store Pokemon). The gadget will initially be sold only in Japan. It was previously rumored that Pokemon on the Switch would focus on Kanto Pokemon, which appears to be true as well. Pokemon Quest will be free to start when it releases, so intrigued players have nothing to lose by trying it out.

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Also new to the game is the option for a second player to join in using the second Nintendo Joy-Con.

So when will the world receive the Pokémon Switch news? However, it could just free-to-play like Fire Emblem Warriors instead.

  • Kyle Warner