— 【公式】ポケモン情報局 (@poke_times) August 19, 2018
More specifically, the Marunouchi lines and Tokyo Metro Ginza are the only services boasting the Pokémon makeover.
The train carts have been entirely revamped to promote the Let’s Go launch later this year, however only on the inside. From the platform, the exterior of the train looks like an ordinary cart.
However when the doors are opened commuters are greeted to an illuminated re-imagining of the in-game world of Let’s Go, and it will remain this way until August 30th.
Personalized outfits for Eevee and Pikachu decorate the walls; Misty, Professor Oak, and Brock are seen throughout the carts; the floor’s a mapped-out route from Kanto; and trailers are exhibited on screens above the seats.
Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu And Lets Go Eevee will release on November 16th for the Nintendo Switch, and they are aimed to reintroduce you to the the original 151 Pokémon.
Their Alolan and Mega Evolved forms from Pokémon X and Y, Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby, and Sun and Moon will too be in the game.
The Nintendo Switch will support co-operative multiplayer, and you can even sway your Joy-Con controller to capture a wild Pokémon.
Pre-orders are available now.
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