How the Connectivity of Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee Works, More Details Surface

We all know by now that the upcoming Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu And Eevee for Nintendo Switch will be featuring connectivity with Pokemon Go. However, there were little to no details about how it will work. Thankfully, more details have surfaced in regards to the connectivity and how it will work.

The Go Park makes up of 20 parks in total and each park can house up to 50 Pokemon. Which means that you will be able to store up to 1,000 monsters in total. In order to bring the Pokemon over, what you will need to do is follow the onscreen prompts, which are at the Go Park’s main desk.

This will link your Switch game with Pokemon G; bear in mind that this process is one-way so once you transfer the Pokemon to Let’s Go, you cannot transfer it back to Pokemon Go.

That said, you are also not bound to your own Pokemon Go account. According to Pokemon Company, there is “no limit” to how much monsters you can transfer from a number of accounts.

So once the Pokemon has been brought over at the Go Park, you will be able to add them to your party. Also, if you transfer 25 of the same species of Pokemon to the Park, a minigame will become available.

Moreover, if you beat the minigame, you will be rewarded with several types of Candies, you can use these Candies to feed your Pokemon in order to power them up.

A note to add here, in Let’s Go, these candies are stat-specific so each candy is different stat oriented. For instance, there is one Candy as Quick Candy which increases the speed stats.

When using the candies make sure you put them out for your favorite Pokemon or those you use frequently in battle.