Connecting your Pokemon Let's Go game to Pokemon Go can prove very beneficial. We discuss how to connect and trade between the two Pokemon games...
Completing Pokemon Let's Go in its entirety is dependent upon Pokemon Go. The mythical new additions to the Kanto region, Meltan and Melmetal, can only be obtained through Pokemon mobile game.
Moreover, if you don't have access to the other variation of Let's Go, that being Pikachu or Eevee, then Pokemon Go is a simple and easy way to get those version exclusive Pokemon.
The easiest way to complete the Pokedex in Let's Go is to transfer Pokemon over. This is by no means against the rules and is actually encouraged by the game.
After all, it is a feature within the game. It's an intelligent way to get users of either game, playing them both in tandem.
Whether you want to challenge yourself further as a Pokemon trainer and try complete the Pokedex in Let's Go organically, is down to personal preference.
In order to utilise the transfer function between the two games, you'll need to have reached the Go Park in Fuchsia City. The second requirement is that both your Nintendo Switch and phone are in close proximity with Bluetooth turned on.
Firstly, prepare your phone to connect with the Nintendo Switch. The process is simple. Go into your Pokemon Go settings. Then, click Nintendo Switch, followed by connect. Your desired Nintendo Switch device should be available to connect to, click it.
Preparing your Switch is also a straight forward task. Go into your settings by clicking Y on the main menu. Select "Open Pokemon Go settings". Follow the on screen instructions further, making sure the Pokemon Go account you connect with is the correct trainer ID.
You can transfer up to 50 Pokemon at a time! Before we detail the process of transferring them it is important to note the you cannot transfer these Pokemon back to Go.
Within the Pokemon Go app go to the main menu and click the Pokemon icon. From there tap the Nintendo Switch icon. This indicates you want to transfer Pokemon to Let's Go.
Select the Pokemon (up to 50) and follow the rest of the instructions to initiate the transfer.
The Pokemon have been sent and now it's time to get them! You can find them in the new Pokemon Go Park. This is a replacement of Safari Zone which was found in the older Pokemon games.
Go into the Go Park, encounter your Pokemon and capture it for use within the Pokemon Let's Go game.
There are 100s of Pokemon available in Pokemon Go, spanning through the first four generations. Of course, with Let's Go being a Kanto region game you can only transfer the first 151 Pokemon (plus Meltan and Melmetal). However, you can also transfer the Alola forms of the first 151 Pokemon! This, along with in game trading with NPCs, is the only way to obtain them.
Read More: Alolan Pokemon in Let's Go - Trade Locations
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