It has been almost two months since ‘Pokemon Let’s Go’, a role-playing video game was released on Nintendo Switch. Even though it has not been yet confirmed officially, but ‘Pokemon Let’s Go‘ is expected to receive its very first update soon in January. The news of the rumoured update was reported by serebii.net. The new update will primarily focus on bug fixes and will try to provide a simple solution following the customer review. It will not introduce any new content or new features.
Since the time of its release, the game has been primarily facing an error which causes Pokemon not to register in the Pokedex if it is received from Mystery Gift. The Pokemon Lets Go Update 1.1 will mainly tackle this problem. Another problem the update will try to work on is the slow dismount feature. In the current version, if a user tries to dismount a flying Pokemon, he/she first needs another of their Pokemon to follow them. Even though it is a simple process, but it takes longer to finish the task and so, as requested, they will try to add a quick dismount feature. One of the significant problems that the players have been facing is while playing the game the Pokemon balls go in the opposite direction when thrown. The update is also expected to fix this unintentional problem.
Using the Poke Ball Plus is a prerequisite to the game, but it makes some processes slower than they need to. So, a change in the controller support preferably the use of a compatible Nintendo Switch Pro Controller would help tremendously in tackling the problem. These are some of the necessary fixes that Nintendo can work on to improve. However, these changes are not officially announced.
Nintendo will obviously make an official announcement regarding the update if they are really planning to release an update for the Pokemon Let’s Go.