Nintendo has today released a new firmware update for its Nintendo Switch handheld console in the form of the 7.0.1 patch which brings with it a correction for the issue that prevented Pokémon Let’s Go from reconnecting to Pokémon GO. Pokemon Let’s GO allows players to connect their smartphone Pokemon GO app with the Switch console to transfer already caught Pokemon to Let’s GO. Follow the instruction below to make the connection.
“First, set up your Nintendo Switch game to connect to a Pokémon GO account: -Launch Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! from the Nintendo Switch HOME Menu.
– At any time during gameplay, press the X Button to access the in-game menu, then the Y Button to open the Options menu.
– Select “Open Pokémon GO Settings.”
– Select “Yes” when prompted. The game will begin searching for a Pokémon GO account to pair with.
Next, set up your Pokémon GO account to pair with the Nintendo Switch game:
– On Pokémon GO, tap the Poké Ball icon, then select “Settings.”
– Scroll down to “Nintendo Switch,” and select it.
– Select “Connect to Nintendo Switch.”
– The Pokémon GO app will search for a Nintendo Switch game to connect with.
When the Nintendo Switch locates the Pokémon GO account, select “Yes” on the Nintendo Switch to pair them. Once they’re paired, you can transfer Pokémon from Pokémon GO by visiting the GO Park complex in Fuchsia City.”
Following shortly after the previous 7.0.0 patch rolled out earlier this year, Nintendo has once again kept the updates patch notes to a minimum. “Resolved an issue where the Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! games cannot reconnect to the Pokémon GO app if the game software was closed after pairing with the app.”
Source : NintendoFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News