The process involves connecting the game with a Pokemon GO account, earning a mystery box, and running around the world catching errant Meltan.
That's why Nintendo has doubled down on the more casual formula, releasing Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee on the Nintendo Switch.
What that actually means is that to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyle you need to switch to handheld mode, and prepare your fingers for some folicular fondling.
It helps that the Pokemon: Let's Go games are filled with cameos by iconic Pokemon characters like Brock, Misty, Team Rocket, and even Blue (or Gary, as he's known in the anime series).
While you're waiting for the game to drop, it may be useful to find out what can and can't be transferred between the games. It includes a very interesting feature that allows the players to transfer their favorite Pokemon from Pokemon Go to Pokemon: Let's Go. Ultimate. According to Fils-Aime, "the pre-sale trends for both of these titles are tracking to the best we've ever seen on Nintendo Switch". Fuchsia City is where you will get access to Go Parks.
The game will then verify the trainer you are connected with, and it it is correct, select Yes.
For every Pokemon you send you will receive one Candy.
"But there are also some incentives to move a lot of the same Pokemon from GO - the same species - and there are some sort of mini games you can play if you do that".
Hold on and long press to select that Pokemon and then the game will ask you if you really want to transfer this Pokemon or not.
The GO Park complex has 20 GO Parks, capable of holding 50 Pokémon each.