Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! arrive on November 16 on the Nintendo Switch. This one focuses primarily on Mega Evolutions-which we recently learned would be returning in the upcoming games-as well as a few more familiar characters and places players will encounter on their journey across the Kanto region. The magazine shows off three Mega Evolutions with Mega Venusaur, Mega-Charizard X & Y, Mega Blastoise.
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You'll also note that the scans feature the Vermilion City Gym, as well as an updated look at Lt. Surge who will once again have a Raichu.
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If a Pokémon has its associated Mega Stone and Key Stone they can Mega Evolve.
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The Pokemon Company has shared a new English trailer for Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Let's Go, Eevee. Whether this means Pokémon GO will have Mega Evolutions before Let's Go comes out is another story altogether, but we'll be keeping our fingers crossed. The video also takes a look at Lt. Surge, Team Rocket, and Vermilion City.