Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu! And Let’s Go, Eevee! Get First Post Launch Update, Bringing Minor Fixes

The file size for the update comes in at under 50MB, so you can probably guess that it’s nothing too substantial.

Posted By | On 23rd, Jan. 2019 Under News


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Pokemon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! have been, much like most Pokemon games, remarkably well polished and content complete. Which is why it should come as no surprise that the games haven’t had, or needed, much in the way of post-launch updates for the last two months.

However, now, the first update for the games has been released. It’s version 1.0.1, and it doesn’t change much. It’s addressed some bugs, including one where Mystery Gift Pokemon wouldn’t be added to your Pokédex, and it changes the order of the symbols that show up on the IV checker screen, to make them consistent with how they show up everywhere else in the game.

Much like most things on Switch, the update won’t break the bank in terms of file size either—it comes in at just 33.9 MB, which will be downloaded in under a minute for most people. Pokemon Let’s Go is out now, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. If you haven’t gotten the game already, you might want to consider doing so—it’s a surprisingly charming and compelling adventure.

Issues Fixed

  • The issue where the Pokémon received through Mystery Gift does not get registered in the Pokédex when exiting the game without saving has been resolved.
    • If you have already received the Pokémon through Mystery Gift, put the Pokémon that is not registered in the Pokédex in the Pokémon Box and download the update data. Once this is done, the Pokémon should be reflected in the Pokédex.

Other Update Information

  • The Pokémon’s Markings and Judge function’s □ and ☆ orders were reversed. It has now been changed to match.
  • Various gameplay fixes.

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