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New Pokémon Snap Gameplay Released


The team at Game Informer has released new gameplay footage of Nintendo, Bandai Namco Studios, and The Pokémon Company’s upcoming title New Pokémon Snap.

The video, which can be seen below, features Pokémon super fans Brian Shea and Alex Stadnik as they talk about the newest additions to the Pokémon Snap formula.

See how the formula has evolved since the 1999 Nintendo 64 classic with the video below:

New Pokémon Snap – New Gameplay Today

New Pokémon Snap transports players to the Lental region on assignment from Professor Mirror and his assistants Rita and Phil. As a Pokémon photographer, the ultimate goal is to build a compendium called a Photodex and investigate the Illumina phenomenon.

Jungles, deserts and beaches can all be explored in this title through the comfort of the NEO-ONE on-rails hovercraft. More than 200 different Pokémon will be available to photograph.

The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch on April 30, 2021.

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