The PokÃ©mon 2019 Press Conference just took place this morning in Tokyo and oh boy, there are some goodies awaiting all you PokÃ©mon fans!
Hereâ€™s a recap of the upcoming releases thatâ€™s got more fire than Charizard!
1. Detective Pikachu is coming to Nintendo Switch
Plans are underway to bring the worldâ€™s most adorable
detective to Nintendo Switch and the upcoming game will continue on from the original
Detective Pikachu Nintendo 3DS game.
Not much is known for now, so this is still an unsolved mystery. However, we detect that itâ€™s going to be pretty fun!
2. You can now unite
all your PokÃ©mon adventures under one roof
The latest Eevee-lution of the experience is PokÃ©mon HOME, a cloud service app available on Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android devices that will connect players and a variety of games.
Whatâ€™s amazing is that it isnâ€™t bound to a single game system. So you can connect manage all your games in one place.
Trading function is also available on the service thatâ€™s scheduled make itself at home in early 2020.
3. Youâ€™ll soon be
able to train PokÃ©mon while you sleep
Yes, you read that right. Trainers can get ahead with PokÃ©mon Sleep that tracks the userâ€™s
The new app will be available in 2020. However, to Exeggcute the experience perfectly , it needs …
4. Thereâ€™s a new PokÃ©mon device
During the day, you can use the PokÃ©mon GO Plus+ device as
normal, catching elusive PokÃ©mons and engaging in battles.
However at night, it becomes your cuddle buddy- helping track your sleep time and sending over the information to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
BONUS: In celebration of this announcement, trainers can look out for Snorlax snoozing in the wild in Pokemon Go!
5. Battle with your
dream team of PokÃ©mon Trainers
Ever wanted to battle alongside master trainers from past
The new PokÃ©mon Masters game makes your dream come true, letting you battle with star PokÃ©mon Trainers from the long past of PokÃ©mon video games.
FUN FACT: PokÃ©mon Masters started off as an idea by Game Freakâ€™s Ken Sugimori who wanted a game that featured all past and present trainers.
The game is set to launch in 2019 for Android and iOS.
So thatâ€™s all we know for now but it looks like the new PokÃ©mon experience is going to be a Blast-oise!