Pokemon Let’s Go Leak Reveals TMs, Locations and More

Pokemon Let’s Go on Switch is just a few days away from release but we have already started to get some gameplay details through various leaks. Data miners are super active and they recently found a huge set of files revealing so much about the game.

These Pokemon Switch leaks are coming from a user on Twitter who has got his hands on these datamined files from the downloadable version of the game. This data miner is revealing some crispy gameplay details each day. He has revealed information about Pokémon Let’s Go locations, gameplay details and more until now.

The data mine reveals that your starting Pokemon is not going to be Shiny at all in the game. You will have to catch any other from the world if you want a Shiny one. Though, starting Pokemon do have perfect IVs resulting in great stats of Pokemon on Switch.

Starter Pokemon can be found in Kanto region along with some rare Pokemon. Datamine reveals that Charmander can be found at Route 24, Bulbasaur in Cerulean City, Squirtle in Vermillion City, Lapras in Saffron City, Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan. Bulbasaur will be waiting for you in Viridian Forest and Charmanders can be found in the Rock Tunnel. Though, these are not going to be very easy to find as they are rare. Just keep looking and you’ll eventually find the one you were looking for.

Also, there are a total of 60 teachable moves in Pokemon on Switch for you to use. Do take these leaks with a grain of salt as nothing is officially confirmed.

You can also transfer your Pokemon from Go to Switch so don’t panic. Pokemon Go has been here for some time and the players have some incredible collection so Nintendo is allowing them to bring them to Switch to keep the fun going.

It’s all possible due to the GO Park which will unlock once you reach Fuchsia City. There are a total of 20 GO Parks, each holding up to 20 Pokemon. Now that allows you to have 1000 Pokémon in total.

Now to transfer, you will have to connect Pokemon Go with Pokemon Let’s Go. On Pokemon Go, press the Pokéball Icon, go into settings and select Nintendo Switch to pair. On Pokemon Let’s Go, Press X to open the menu and Y to go into settings. Once in settings, click the Pokémon GO, then press yes and you’ll be connected to Pokemon Go.

To transfer you’ll have to select the desired Pokemon from Pokeball menu. To receive, go speak to the receptionist in Pokémon GO Park and select Bring Pokémon. Now choose pickup to receive the Pokemon you just sent to yourself from the mobile version of the game.

Also, check out this new and never seen before Pokemon here which was found while scanning game’s network traffic. We don’t know yet if it’s coming to the mobile version of the game or the Switch so let’s just wait and watch.

So start your hunt for new Pokemon when the game releases on November 16, 2018, exclusively for Nintendo Switch.

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