Switch Weekly Recap: Pikachu, Eevee, And More Pokemon

Pokemon trainers, this is your week for news. After a massive amount of Pokemon reveals in the last couple of day, this week’s Nintendo Switch news is all about what’s coming for the beloved franchise.

Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee was revealed this week, alongside a new Poke Ball Switch Joy-Con, to release in November. While this is not a remake, heavily inspired by Yellow, we will see another core Pokemon title on Switch in 2019. In the meantime, while you’re waiting for November’s release, check out the new free-to-start title Pokemon Quest in the Eshop. Outside of the horde of Pokemon headlines, Splatoon 2‘s Octo Expansion is more challenging than we thought, LEGO DC Super-Villains releases in October, and Team Sonic Racing is coming to Switch. For all things Switch at E3, keep on reading. For the rest of our E3 coverage, head on over to our E3 2018 hub.

Forthcoming Releases

Team Sonic Racing Announced For Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC

Splatoon 2’s Octo Expansion DLC Is A Lot More Challenging

Lego DC Super-Villains Game Makes You A Bad Guy In October

Mega Man 11 Release Date Set; Game Shows A More Stylized Look For Its Comeback

Fortnite Coming To Nintendo Switch, According To Ratings Board

Free New Pokemon Game For Switch, Pokemon Quest, Is Out Now

Nintendo Switch’s First Alternative Joy-Con Revealed: The Poke Ball Plus

Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee: Everything We Know So Far

Core Pokemon Game For Nintendo Switch Now Releases In 2019

Old Pokemon Demo Reveals New Unused Designs

Updates and DLC

FIFA 18 World Cup Update Out Now For Free, Here’s What It Adds


Free Switch Demos For Two Upcoming Nintendo Games Available Now

Nintendo’s New Switch Game Has A Nice Eshop Pre-Order Bonus

Nintendo Switch Eshop Adds A Ton Of New Games, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC This Week


This Week’s Best Buy Gaming Deals In The US

The Week’s Best Video Game Deals In The US

GameStop Has Switch Games, More On Sale This Week In The US


What Does E3 Stand For?

E3 2018 Nintendo Switch Press Conference: What Time Is It On and How To Watch

E3 2018 EA Press Conference: What Time Is It On And How To Watch

What We Want At E3 2018: Fallout 76, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, And More

Every Game Confirmed For E3 2018: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Spider-Man, Battlefield 5

E3 2018: Every Nintendo Switch Game Confirmed — Super Smash Bros, Monster Hunter

E3 2018 Nintendo Switch Predictions: N64 Classic, Animal Crossing Switch, Bayonetta 3, And More


Pro Rocket League Tournament Coming To Free-To-Air TV In Australia

PUBG Dev Sues Fortnite Studio For Copyright Infringement In Korea

Rage 2 Co-Developer Acquired In A “Historic Deal”

GTA, Red Dead Company Responds To Fortnite’s Tremendous Success

Battlefield 5 Boss Defends Female Characters, Saying They’re “Here To Stay”