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New Pokémon Snap Coming to Nintendo Switch


Shutterbugs the world over will be able to take the pictures of their dreams when New Pokémon Snap comes out for the Nintendo Switch.

A follow-up to the 1999 Nintendo 64 title, New Pokémon Snap has players seeking out and taking in-game pictures of different Pokémon in their native environments. Players will also be able to discover different expressions and behaviors never seen before as they when research and encounter these lively wild Pokémon. Compared to the original release, a number of new generations of Pokémon will also make their appearance, including up to the latest generation.

Along the way, players will travel to unknown islands that feature beautiful scenery, which run the gamut from lush jungles to sandy beaches. Each photo taken will be added to a Pokémon Photodex, perfect for those looking to catch them all.

Bandai Namco has been brought on to help with this project, though the title will still be published by Nintendo.

Learn more with the trailer below, which originally made its debut during this morning’s Pokémon Presents broadcasts.

Photograph Pokémon while exploring beautiful islands in New Pokémon Snap!

The release date for this title has yet to be determined.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: YouTube, Nintendo Website[/infobox]

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