The entire gaming world is desperately waiting for the next Pokémon game. Not only Nintendo Switch, but gaming console players like Nintendo 3DS, PS4, and Xbox One are also wanted to play a different kind of Pokémon game for an extraordinary experience.
Game Freaks are also inputting the advanced level of technology in order to meet the high-end demands of Pokémon Stars players.
Previously, the CEO of Pokémon Company disclosed their ideas for developing a Pokémon game for Nintendo Switch. In the interview, the CEO has shared that they are having innovative ideas for incorporating allegedly named Pokémon Stars for Nintendo Switch. He even stated that Nintendo Switch is a hybrid and portable home console and it could be very difficult for the developers to provide a Pokémon game for such an innovative gaming console.
On the other hand, there was a raising speculation that Game Freaks might not launch Pokémon Stars for Nintendo Switch. Instead, the developers might launch the game for Nintendo 3DS as an addition to their current version of Pokémon Sun and Moon. This might be a good move for the developers as the statement of the CEO has hinted that they had to face many hurdles for creating a Pokémon game for Switch.
The Pokemon Stars enthusiasts expected that Nintendo might launch the game at its E3 presentations happening in June in Los Angeles, CA. But Nintendo disappointed the fans by sharing that they are not holding E3 Press Conference. The President of Nintendo, Tatsumi Kimishima said during a briefing to discuss the company’s financial results for its 2016-2017 fiscal year, “we will not be hosting a large-scale press conference for institutional investors, analysts, and the media.”
Just Recently, Nintendo has launched two of its most popular games “ARMS” and “Splatoon 2” on Nintendo Direct through the live presentation on YouTube. With the launch, it can be expected that the company might launch Pokémon Stars through direct live presentation anytime soon and without any prior notification.
Besides, there are speculations that Game Freaks might incorporate an augmented reality element in Pokémon Stars just like Pokémon GO. As Nintendo wanted to provide an innovative and extraordinary experience to the players, the augmented reality suits the overall concept and it will be also compatible with a portable gaming console like Nintendo Switch. Let’s hope to see the game as early as this month.