Pokémon Go clone war game for Nintendo Switch is in full swing
Pokémon Go clones are being produced by Nintendo and will be available for the Nintendo Switch in 2018, Nintendo has confirmed.
The company has confirmed to TechRadar that the game will be released in 2018.
It will be developed by Team Ninja and Nintendo-published by Niconico.
The game was announced in 2018 as a game for the Wii U console and will see players taking on the role of a Pokémon trainer and battling Pokémon.
The Pokemon Go clone wars will be played out across three different countries: America, Australia and New Zealand.
It is the first time that Nintendo has revealed the names of clones.
The clone wars are being played out in America, and Nintendo is reportedly releasing clones of the popular Pokémon game.
The company announced earlier this year that Pokémon Go was going to be used to fund a campaign to build a “super-mobile Pokemon centre”.
It was a move which was met with a mixture of excitement and disappointment, as it was claimed the game would encourage players to play the game online and that the clones would “gift” players with new Pokémon.