Pokémon Go has usually softened over a past dual years, though it’s still blank a vital post of a authorization — trading. Pokémon: Let’s Go!, accessible Nov. 16 for Nintendo Switch, will move us a step closer to trade monsters within a mobile game, permitting for players to send their first-gen Pokémon Go collection over to a Switch games.
This sounds good to me, though there’s one vivid issue. The trade underline usually works one way; we still don’t have any approach of trade Pokémon behind over to Pokémon Go.
Instead, concordant Pokémon from a mobile diversion can be sent to an area called a Go Park in a Switch games, that sounds a lot like transferring processes in a few of a new mainline Pokémon games. Dump a Pokémon in there, afterwards revisit a Park; you’ll be means to constraint it during a battle, which, if we win, you’ll be means to supplement it to your collection.
The whole one-way trade routine is flattering most a simplified chronicle of a identical cross-generation trade in a handheld Pokémon games. Pokémon: Let’s Go! usually permitting for trade in one instruction — from Pokémon Go to Let‘s Go!, though not behind to Pokémon Go — is standard for a march in that sense.
Nonetheless, this hammers home a fact that dual years out, we still don’t have a approach to trade Pokémon between a friends in a mobile game. Seeing how painless it is to get your Pokémon Go monsters into a Switch games is roughly a vicious sign of how mobile users are blank out. Niantic has regularly pronounced that trading is on a approach for a diversion … eventually. Let’s Go!’s Go Park underline only isn’t utterly it.