The E3 2018 will be the place where Nintendo launches the Pokemon Switch, due out in 2018.
While the Japanese gaming giant is still shy as he reveals information on his next big startup, there is evidence that something big is imminent.
If you believe the rumors of the 2018 release, the E3 2018 will be the place to drop the news.
To skip that would probably mean that the game would not be ready for this year, and maybe only in 2019.
But the latest information suggests that E3 2018 is the time for the big unveiling.
Nintendo has recently updated its official switch page with a page dedicated to Pokémon.
This can be found on the Nintendo Shop page, though it contains no earth-shattering news.
What it means is that Nintendo is likely to be flooded with new details that they will release next month.
The one interesting thing t hat is listed on the new pokemon switch page is the offer to register your e-mail address.
"Enter your email below to register your interest in our pending Pokémon title on Nintendo Switch and be the first to hear from us preorder and share other exciting new Nintendo products, services, offers and events that could be of interest, "it says on the page.
So far, fans have relied on rumors and reports, some more credible than others
The latest shock media reports contain the news that Nintendo plans to release a redefinition of Pokemon Yellow.
These are split into two versions; Pokémon Let's go! Eevee Edition and Pokémon Let's Go! Pikachu Edition
The latest reports appearing this week have gone straight into these rumors and give them much more credibility.
This includes allegations that the new Pokemon Switch games only include Pocket Monsters from the original Kanto
This was obtained from the same person who posted news about the name of the new game, so it should be a pinch Salt be taken.
There were also rumors that Nintendo would look for more Pokemon Go-like features to the game.
While other reports suggest that this will change the way the fight works, other media sources suggest that this is not quite the case.
While Nintendo's game works optimally, the Pokemon Go aspect of it is limited to Pocket Monsters appearing on the map instead of the usual blind random encounters.
It will certainly be a departure from the usual game freak gameplay, but not something that will rob t The series of its more complicated combat system.
It should be noted that Nintendo itself has released very little on the subject, so it pays to take everything with a pinch of salt.
This should change in the next month. The LA Expo will be an exciting time for Switch fans.