As we approach the release of Nintendo Switch titles Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! And Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee! This November, the developers will last to pull the curtain back on the games’ attributes. Now, Serebii was able to scan the latest issue of CoroCoro, a Japanese gaming magazine, that confirms that Mega Evolutions will come back in the Pokémon: Let’s Go titles.

Significantly, this issue showcases the Mega Evolutions of their Kanto starters: Mega Blastoise, Mega Venasaur, Mega Charizard X, along with Mega Charizard Y. The ability will function similarly to previous games, as players may use the ability once per battle after having the Key Stone and Pokémon’s Stone. For those of you who aren’t conscious, Mega Evolutions were introduced at  Pokémon X and Y, and are temporary evolutions of a few blessed Pokémon which can be triggered to get a significant stat increase during battle.

Even though Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu along with Pokémon: Let’s Move Eevee are changing up several core features of the series, its nice to find that something like Mega Evolutions has now been kept. It remains to be seen if the other Generation I Pokémon Mega Evolutions will be contained, but it seems likely. Along with our first glance at Sacred Evolution, this particular issue of CoroCoro also offers us our first good glimpse at Lt. Surge, his Raichu, and his fitness center. You can look at the two page spread which shows all of this info at the end of this article.

Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu along with Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee will release only for Nintendo Switch on November 16, also may be pre-ordered onto Amazon. If you wish to see DualShockers’ ideas on the game after playing it at E3, then you can have a look at our trailer. 

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