In 1999 in Japan (and at the end of 2000 in Europe), Nintendo 64 players discovered a certain Pokémon Snap on their overpowered (but fuzzy) 64-bit console. A game which then made it possible to embody a certain Tom Snap, whose mission consisted in photographing pokémon, namely 63 very precisely, through seven type courses "Safari". In 2020, Nintendo revives this same Snap Pokémon, in "New", and on Nintendo Switch of course!
New Pokémon Snap: the photo safari soon on Nintendo Switch!
Obviously, it is not a question of any portage or remake here, since this New Pokémon Snap wants to be a new adventure, nevertheless inspired by the great classic launched 20 years ago now on Nintendo 64. The goal will be again visit unexplored islands, and immortalize Pokémon in their natural environment, using a camera. The ultimate goal will of course be to fully complete your Pokémon Photodex, with (successful) snapshots of wild Pokémon.
According to Nintendo: "In New Pokémon Snap, you will explore forests, beaches and much more, to photograph Pokémon like you've never seen them before!" " At the moment, the information concerning this New Pokémon Snap remains very limited, Nintendo not having unveiled any precise date of release concerning this new opus, if it is not a vague one " available soon ".
Recall that the Nintendo Switch has already hosted various titles of the Pokémon license, with in particular the opus Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, without forgetting the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield launched at the end of last year. Nintendo has just rolled out the first extension of these same Sword / Shield games, with "The Solitary Isle of Armor". A second DLC, reserved for holders of the extension pass, will also be offered in the fall of 2020.