Pre-registrations now open for Nintendo's Pokemon Quest mobile game

Pre-registrations now open for Nintendo's Pokemon Quest mobile game
Nintendo has just opened pre-registrations for its upcoming mobile game, Pokemon Quest. Android users can now head to Google Play Store and pre-register to be notified as soon as the game becomes available for download.

Pokemon Quest is Nintendo's next take on the popular franchise, but with a twist. All Pokemon have now turned into cubes and instead of hunting them, you will now be able to befriend them and build your own powerful team of Pokemon hunters.

You'll be roaming the Tumblecube Island in search of treasures and other goodies that are said to be hidden on the island but beware of the wild Pokemon who will battle ferociously to prevent you from getting to those treasures.

Also, players can build their camps and spruce it up with nice decorations, which are also meant to give your Pokemon various bonuses for when you go on an expedition on the island.

Although Pokemon Quest is free to download and play, it comes with in-app purchases. Also, the game requires Internet connectivity, especially when you buy in-game items from the store.



3. thedizzle

Posts: 207; Member since: Oct 05, 2017

Its actually pretty fun. Its out on the switch right now. They say its "free to start" but no way do you ever have to spend money hah.

2. Omarc07

Posts: 593; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

Nahh thanks.. btw I stopped playing after gold ,silver and crystal.But Now with let's go announced it's kinda tempting me . But I don't have a Nintendo switch.

1. thetruthhasbeenspoken

Posts: 83; Member since: May 02, 2017

What a way to ruin the franchise. Just release a full pokemon game for mobile.

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