Lots of things are going on at the "Pokemon" universe. It is widely speculated that a revamped version of "Pokemon Sun & Moon" is on the works for the Nintedo 3Ds. There is no official confirmation to the so-called "Pokemon Stars" yet.
Despite the lack of confirmation from the Pokemon Company, fans are already hyped up for "Pokemon Stars." It is expected that the game will arrive sometime next year. As mentioned, there is no official confirmation to the speculations on this matter yet. The closest fans have about the game is the franchise is now looking for experts to develop the title.
According to Game Reactor, "Pokemon Stars" would be the first to be released on the Nintendo 3Ds in HD format. It is expected to be a big hit among numerous gamers. The long-running series has been providing fans with a lot of things over the past years. This time, it may be bigger than "Pokemon Sun & Moon."
Eagle-eyed fans have discovered that Game Freak is looking for people to develop a 3Ds game. There is no official name to the game yet but it is said that it will be titled "Pokemon Stars." Game Freak is the main developer of titles for the Pokemon Company.
Fans are waiting for more details about "Pokemon Stars." Unfortunately, there's not much known about the RPG game yet. On the other hand, there are numerous rumors surrounding the highly anticipated game.
There are also rumors suggesting that "Pokemon Stars" may also be developed for the Nintendo Switch. However, it appears that this is not happening. The Pokemon Company may be planning to focus more on the Nintendo 3Ds and the game may be out next year.
Segment Next notes that fans should not be too happy about this big news for now. Until official confirmation is out, fans should take rumors with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for more news and updates on "Pokemon Stars."