A third version of Pokemon Sun and Moon, code-named Pokemon Stars, will come to Nintendo Switch in late 2017, according to a new report.
The folks at Eurogamer, who correctly reported concrete details of Nintendo’s next console well before it was announced, say that this will be a third version of the same base game, like Pokemon Yellow was for Red and Blue. We’ve heard the same things separately from our own sources. Eurogamer adds that Pokemon Stars will use better quality assets than the 3DS versions, as the Nintendo Switch can output at a significantly higher resolutions.
Pokemon Sun and Moon both launched for 3DS yesterday.