Nintendo Switch Will Get Pokemon Game In 2018 Suggests New Nintendo Survey

Posted: Jan 16 2018, 7:04am CST | by , in Rumors | Technology News

 
Nintendo Switch will Get Pokemon Game in 2018 Suggests New Nintendo Survey
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  • Nintendo Survey Indicative of Pokémon Release in 2018

A survey conducted by Nintendo might be indicating that Pokémon game will be coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018

Nintendo Switch has seen a lot of success in 2017. From a best-selling gaming console to a wide variety of games that were offered to gamers for Nintendo Switch, the company made record sales. The success can be contributed to Nintendo’s strategy and marketing.

They made sure that some of their most popular games which have claimed success in the past on Nintendo Classic and Wii U were immediately available in Nintendo Switch compatible mode. Pokémon games were among the top favorites that were available for Nintendo Switch.

Pokémon games are one of the top money makers for Nintendo and it is no doubt that more games will be arriving soon on Nintendo Switch. However, when they will be coming always remain a mystery.

However, in a recent survey conducted by Nintendo in Europe in which they asked gamers which game they will prefer to play on Nintendo Switch in 2018. One of the choices was between Bayonetta 3 and Pokémon RPG.

While this is not the first time that Nintendo is conducting such a survey and while this is not indicative of any game listings for 2018. It is suggestive to many gamers and experts that Pokémon RPG as well as Bayonetta 3 might be coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018.

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