Pokemon Let's Go: How to Play Co-Op and How It Works

Pokemon Let's Go: How to Play Co-Op and How It Works

However, discovering how to access the various Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles in the first place is quite a tricky thing. This year, we'll be keeping an eye out for the latest deals on Nintendo consoles, games and accessories over at our Black Friday Nintendo Switch hub, so stick with us if you're craving more Nintendo based fancies. It's the finest deal on the Nintendo Switch we've spotted recently. Niantic says these tasks feature monsters "not commonly found" in either of the Let's Go games, such as Kabuto and Omanyte, giving you a good incentive to catch and transfer them over.

While on Pokemon Let's GO pause the game by pressing X, followed by Y to open settings.

The game will then verify the trainer you are connected with, and it it is correct, select Yes. At that point switch to your phone - and because the machines are synced up there'll be a clear icon of a Switch on the Pokemon menu screen. Stats are influenced by the stats over in Pokemon Go, too, so you can predict roughly how good a transferred Pokemon will be.

Pokemon boss Junichi Masada told Eurogamer how picking up Pokemon would work.

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Pokemon Let's Go has been released and is available worldwide!

In Pokemon Let's Go, instead of getting the Kanto region starters, you'll receive Pikachu or Eevee depending on what version you have.

The second player in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee will be the opposite gender of the main player character. Take control in Let's Go on the Switch and head to the GO Park complex in Fuschia City.

The GO Park complex has 20 GO Parks, capable of holding 50 Pokémon each. Enter the complex and press Bring Pokemon. Just remember, with the exception of Meltan, the new mythical Pokemon, this is a one-way process - Pokemon can travel from Go to Let's Go, but not the other way around.