The most obvious way to obtain the classic starter Pokemon is in the wild. In fact, doing this is quickest way to unlock the new Mythical Pokemon Meltan, but even if you don't own either of the Switch games, you'll have a way to get the new Hex Nut Pokemon in Go. Niantic says these tasks feature monsters "not commonly found" in either of the Let's Go games, such as Kabuto and Omanyte, giving you a good incentive to catch and transfer them over. However, discovering how to access the various Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles in the first place is quite a tricky thing.
Boot both Pokemon Go on your phone and Pokemon Let's Go on your Switch.
There's a new Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee! out to celebrate the launch of the Nintendo Switch games, and it does something special.
In Pokemon Sun and Moon you could simply head to a hair salon to change your hairstyle, or change your Pokemon's look (or more specifically, your Furfrou's look), the ability to change your Pokemon Let's Go hairstyles is nearly an Easter egg in itself.
Once in the settings menu, find the option for "Nintendo Switch".
Then scroll down and tap Nintendo Switch, and then Connect to Nintendo Switch.More news: Roger Federer defeats Dominic Thiem at ATP Finals 3hr
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In Pokemon Let's Go, head to the Go Park.
Enter the Go Park and walk towards the large portal at the end of the room.
Once the machines are synced, it's easy enough to transfer Pokemon.
Speak to the receptionist and select Bring Pokemon, and select where to send it to.
Remember, once Pokemon leave Pokemon Go they can not be retrieved back to that game. To qualify for a free Bulbasaur, you need to have captured at least 30 random Pokemon.