First Pokemon Funko Pop, Pikachu, Announced as Target Exclusive

Pokemon GO fans have been wondering how an Eevee Community Day might work since the monthly events started and it sounds like we're about to find out. Along with a new trailer, the company revealed that some monsters will only be available in each version.

Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu and Pokemon: Let's Go Eevee launches for the Nintendo Switch on Nov 16.

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As in previous Pokemon RPGs, Let's Go, Pikachu and Let's Go, Eevee will each feature a handful of exclusive Pokemon that can not normally be obtained in the other game. Both games will feature various Pokemon that can't be found in the other version, and a handful of those have been announced today. That's primarily Pikachu or Eevee, both of which can be either male or female and can be customized with adorable outfits. The new trailer also showed off more of the world and the characters you will encounter on your adventure, including the games' new rival and the popular Gym leader Misty.

This might not come as too much of a surprise considering the game is primarily based around Pokémon Yellow - which also featured the iconic duo as a nod to the anime series - but it's very nice indeed to have their appearance confirmed.

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