Pokemon: Let's go, Pikachu and Let's go, Eevee can pair the series's widespread bestiary back to just the original 151 monsters (plus their Alolan variants), but it's a brand new Pokemon that players will be able to capture Upcoming Games: The Weird Meltan. Pokemon Company had previously said that the way to acquire Meltan involved link, let's go with Pokemon Go, but now we know exactly how to get your hands on one.
According to The Pokemon Company, the first step is to capture Meltan sending a Pokemon from the mobile game to the Switch titles. After transferring a Gen 1 monster from Pokemon Go to Let's Go, you get a special item called Mystery Box in Pokemon Go. Unlike most other things you can get in the game, the Mystery Box is reusable; You will be able to activate it so often, which again allows you to capture Meltan in Pokemon Go. You will then be able to transfer the mythical Pokemon to the Let's Go titles and add it to your collection.
"Meltan begins to appear when a Mystery Box opens in Pokemon Go, but be careful -" I'm just coming to the player who opened Mystery Box, "says Pokemon Company on his website." Touch a melt you see on the field map and try to catch it with a Poke Ball! "When the Mystery Box closes, wait a certain amount of time and then transfer another Pokemon to Let's Go for it to open again.
In addition to the above-mentioned method, the official Pokemon website fights that players will be able to acquire Meltan in Pokemon. Go through a new specialist research task. The Pokemon company has not shared any further details about what this new Special Research search will entail, but it will be available sometime this winter.
Pokemon fans got their first glimpse of Meltan last month. Immediately after September's community event, the swarms of Ditto masquerading like the new mythical Pokemon appeared in nature for just 30 minutes, just to disappear just as suddenly. Soon after, The Pokemon Company officially revealed the first details of Meltan. Among other things, we learned that it is a pure Pokemon of steel type and that it may possibly have a developed shape.
Let's go, Pikachu and Let's Go, Eevee's launch for Switch November 16th. The games will collapse next to Poke Ball Plus, a Poke Ball-shaped accessory that is compatible with both Switch games and Pokemon Go. Nintendo also launches Pokemon: Let's Go Switch packages on the same day, including a digital copy of the game along with the aforementioned Poke Ball Plus, special yellow and brown pleasure switch, and a brewery emblazoned with Pikachu and Eevee design.