Pokémon fans rejoice! Nintendo just announced not one, but two new games coming to Switch and smartphones this year. Plus, a third in the works for next year. Alongside the November 16 launch of the Pokémon RPG, Pokémon: Let's Go! fans of the adorable pocket monsters will soon be able to delve into a cubelike Kanto Region with Pokémon Quest, available now on Switch, iPhone and iPad!
What's new with Pokémon Quest?
June 27, 2018: Pokémon Quest is out now on iPhone and iPad!
For all you Pokémon fans that don't own a Nintendo Switch, today is your lucky day! Pokémon Quest is now available on mobile devices. Travel to Tumblecube Island to find and collect your favorite cubed pocket monsters. Features include:
- Battle by tapping—Pokémon Quest uses simple touch controls that can be enjoyed by everyone.
- Befriend many Pokémon—Use items collected throughout expeditions to befriend a wide array of Pokémon.
- Create your Pokémon dream team—Partner with three of your Pokémon friends to battle through diverse environments.
- Pokémon unique to you—Use different Power Stones to personalize your Pokémon friends however you want and give them unique stats.
- Customize your base camp—Decorate your home with cute and fun collectibles that not only look good, but can provide in-game benefits.
Get it now!
May 29, 2018: Nintendo announces non-core RPG Pokémon Quest!
Nintendo just threw the entire Pokémon gaming community for a loop with the unveiling of a new RPG that centers around cube-like Pokémon set in the Kanto Region. It's free to start playing and you can customize your pocket monsters' characteristics.
Let this stream of tweets explain:
#PokemonQuest allows Trainers of all ages to get in on the action! In this free-to-start game, you can face off against wild Pokémon and embark on many exciting expeditions. pic.twitter.com/CZ57iGKWMX— Pokémon (@Pokemon) May 30, 2018
In #PokemonQuest, you get to decide which characteristics your Pokémon will have! You can use special items called Power Stones to strengthen your team. The kind of Pokémon they become is completely up to you! pic.twitter.com/zI8kmZxhHg— Pokémon (@Pokemon) May 30, 2018
With a team of up to three Pokémon, you can explore the secrets of Tumblecube Island. Battle wild Pokémon, gather treasure, and even befriend new Pokémon—if you have the right ingredients, that is! #PokemonQuest puts the power in your hands. pic.twitter.com/BuVVenFAYR— Pokémon (@Pokemon) May 30, 2018
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