Pokémon Stars Nintendo Switch Release Date Rumors And Livestream Events

Pokémon Stars, the possible Nintendo Switch follow-up to the Pokémon Sun and Moon, might be announced very soon. The Nintendo Switch presentation is expected to happen on January 12, Thursday. Fans and gamers won’t wait long anymore as Nintendo will announce the release date and Livestream events.

Pokémon Stars Nintendo Switch Release Date Rumors

After many rumors that a follow-up version of the Pokémon Sun and Moon was in development for the Nintendo Switch, which is called the Pokémon Stars, it seems that there may be more to this as GamesStop revealed that gamers will be able to play Pokémon on the upcoming console.

Nintendo Switch games will include new title offerings from Mario, Splatoon, Zelda, the NBA and more! You will even be able to play Skyrim on the go, or Pokémon at home with the Nintendo Switch. The unit will also include a number of handy, interchangeable Nintendo Switch accessories.

On their websites page for the Nintendo Switch, GameStop claims that players will be able to play “Skyrim on the go, and Pokemon at home.” That is aside from the Zelda, Splatoon, Mario, Skyrim and NBA as well.

Pokémon Stars Nintendo Switch Livestream Events

According to The Bit Bag, should Pokémon Stars be in the presentation, they can check out the video here on the official Nintendo's YouTube channel.

Take note that the video starts at 8 p.m. PT or 11 p.m. ET on January 12, 2017, so you can eat your lunch while watching the video and see what gets announced. Along with he said details on how the console works, we'll see also what launch games it has, including the possible Pokémon Sun and Moon follow-up.

All of this information and more will most probably be revealed at the big Nintendo event in Tokyo that will be held soon. Until then, let us cross fingers for the Nintendo Switch’s launch window games will feature new installments of the game such as the Pokémon Stars.


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