With the class title Nintendo 64 from 1999, 63 of the 151 Pokémon could be “photographed” in their natural habitat.
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This Wednesday, the Pokémon Company decided to bet on the nostalgia market and announced the return of one of their most popular games of the past 30 years: Pokémon Snap, but this time for the Switch console.
With the class title Nintendo 64 from 1999, 63 of the 151 first generation Pokémon could be “photographed” in their natural habitats such as deserts, beaches, jungles and much more.
Nintendo said that in Pokémon Direct, a virtual event, in this new version, known as the New Pokémon Snap, users can take photos to create their PhotoDex, but didn’t provide details on how the points are counted.
No exact date has been given for the arrival of New Pokémon Snap on the Switch as the title is still under development.
More Pokemon Direct surprises
The Pokémon Company also announced the following releases:
- The arrival of the Pokémon Smile application, a free platform that teaches young children using classic franchise characters like Pikachu, Charmander and other good habits.
- Another discovery was Pokémon Café-Mix, a “Connect Three” puzzle game. It will arrive at Switch on June 23, but is already available for iOS and Android in pre-registration.
- The expansion of the Isle of Armor to Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield and the arrival of Zeraora, a legendary Pokémon, to the Max Raid Battles.
- The Farfetch’d Arrival of Galar for Pokémon Go.