E3 2017: Main Pokemon Game Will Be Released For The Nintendo Switch
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Jun 14, 2017,
Jun 14, 2017, 18:48
Nintendo held its E3 presentation on Tuesday morning, June 13th, and while it was a scant 25 minutes, it came with some intriguing looks at future titles and a few vague announcements. We knew that this would be launching during the holiday season but the official release date is now the 27th of October.
Nintendo owns approximately a 30% stake in The Pokemon Company and roughly a 3% stake in Niantic, the creator of Pokemon Go.
The trailer for the Switch's edition of Rocket League showed a blue and red vehicle with a Mario hat on top, which is just an example of a potential customization item exclusive to Nintendo's newest portable console.
Nintendo was a showstopper at this year's E3, offering some of the biggest news in the entire event.
It unveiled Zelda-themed weapons and outfits for Ubisoft's "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" for the Switch.
Nintendo says that Super Mario Odyssey will arrive on October 27, and marks the series' return to the 3D sandbox-style adventure after a 15-yer absence.
The Nintendo Switch has been one of the most popular console's so far and with a partnership with Universal Studios Theme Parks it look like Nintendo with flying high again. The new quest will revolve around the four Hylian Champions you helped out through the game. Nintendo has always been about the games, at the end of the day, and the Switch is no exception. His different costumes can affect how different characters in the game world interact with you too - Mario encounters a sphinx that will only talk to you in your explorer outfit. The trailer was filled to the brim with new locations that Mario will visit as well as power-ups and abilities that he'll be able to use. Switch works as a living-room game console that connects to TV screens, but also has a detachable tablet screen and portable controllers for mobile play.
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