Nintendo announced on September 10, 2018, that they will be releasing a new special edition of Nintendo Switch. This special "Pokemon: Let's Go!" themed Nintendo Switch will be released alongside the release of the games.

The whole bundle

According to The Verge, this new edition of Nintendo Switch has "Pokemon" franchise mascots (Pikachu and Eevee) stamped on the front side of the Switch dock. It also has Pikachu and Eevee-themed Joy-Cons and a Poke Ball Plus which can be used to play Pokemon Go and Pokemon: Let's Go.

The back of the console has Pikachu and Eevee silhouette printed on it.

There are two versions of this new Pokemon-themed Switch, one will have "Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!" pre-installed on it, while the other one comes with "Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!" pre-installed on it.

This Pikachu and Eevee-themed Nintendo Switch can be purchased for $400. Given Nintendo's history with other limited-time bundles, it's unlikely that this new edition of Nintendo Switch last long. This new version of the console is set to be released on November 16, alongside the released of "Pokemon: Let's Go" games.

New trailer

The Pokemon Company shared another trailer for the upcoming "Pokemon" RPGs. The new trailer showcases some new locations of the Kanto region that we haven't seen before and Secret Techniques, exclusive to Pikachu and Eevee.

According to Gamespot, the Secret Techniques are actually field moves which can be used to open up blocked pathways. The Chop Down technique can be used to cut down trees which block the pathway, while Sea Skim can be used to travel the on the water with a surfboard.

The new trailer also gives players a brief tour of Celadon City, which is located in the central Kanto region.

The Celadon Department Store and Celadon Game Corner are also showcased in this new trailer.

Gym Leader Erika, the fourth Gym Leader of the Kanto region who specializes in Grass-type Pokemon, also appears in this new trailer.

Pikachu can learn an exclusive Water-type move called Splishy Splash, which also has a chance of paralyzing the opponent.

Meanwhile, Eevee has three exclusive moves called Bouncy Bubble, Buzzy Buzz, and Sizzly Slide.

Both of these new games are set to be released on November 16, and if you're a "Pokemon" fan who doesn't own a Nintendo Switch yet, it's your best chance to pick up the limited-time adorable Pikachu and Eevee-themed Nintendo Switch console which comes with either of these two games.