Nintendo Registers Domain Names for 'Pokemon Let's Go' Pikachu and Eevee

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The Let's Go in the title may refer to the connectivity with the Pokemon Go mobile app. Naturally then, people have been speculating when the "Pokemon Go" style game will come to the Nintendo Switch.

The Pokemon Let's Go games will allegedly be the first main series Pokemon games to be released for the Nintendo Switch and are sure to be top-sellers.

Leaked information from Nintendo suggests that the Nintendo Switch versions of Pokemon have official names. Hopefully, all the rumors will be addressed and we will have something decisive to work with.

The domain names were spotted by a French Pokemon fan site with screenshots posted to its Twitter account. A recent tweet from Game Freak's Junichi Masuda also featured Pikachu and Eevee plushies, alongside a Pikachu doll wearing a Luigi costume, potentially in a sly nod towards Pokemon Let's GO! . It looks like the aforementioned Pokemon are set to be the stars of the show this time.

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CSC Corporate Domains has registered Pokemon websites for Nintendo before, including the official Pokemon Sun & Moon website domain. Interestingly enough, both those names correlate with a rumour from earlier this month that allegedly leaked the title of a yet-to-be-announced Pokemon title for the Nintendo Switch. the image in question can be viewed below and it roughly translates to Let's Go Pikachu. Now we're getting more information on what this game will be like, thanks to more leaked info from industry insiders.

These new Pokemon titles were officially revealed a year ago at E3.

Eurogamer reported recently that the upcoming Pokemon Switch game will be set in the Kanto region, which many will know as the region where Pokemon Red and Blue took place.