Co-op play is not supported throughout the entire Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee games

Game Freak director Junichi Masuda has revealed that Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee feature post-game content in the form of a new mode called Master Trainers. Not every part of the Pokémon Let’s Go games allows for cooperative play, but parts that support it will be significantly easier. “There’s no getting around it,” Masuda explains. “It is going to be an easier experience if you are playing with another person cooperatively.” Why does this have to be a bad thing? he argued. “There are some difficult trainer battles in the game, so [kids] may have trouble in the game,” Masuda adds. “So they wanna ask for help. There are a lot of benefits that [co-operative play adds] to the difficulty factor. We used support play to get around players encountering barriers.”

In Master Trainers, players will be tasked with taking down a total of 151 Master Trainers, each of whom is accompanied by a powerful version of one of the original 151 Pokémon. “A good portion of the more difficult stuff is in the post-game,” Masuda explains. “There’s ways to strengthen your Pokémon, and the reason you wanna do that is, you take on these master trainers, these really powerful trainers that you encounter after the main story.”

Source: Polygon.com

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