This week alone, we have been getting thousands of emails from our amazing audience, asking us to write more about Pokemon GO. Of course, we will always listen to you and that is why we are writing about it today. While there were many issues, we want to focus today on one dominant issue that most of you have been wondering. Which Pokemon starters are we given to choose from in Pokemon GO? Our speculation will be based on established facts that have been confirmed by Niantic, Nintendo, and The Pokemon Company.
During the initial release of Pokemon GO, we know that only the first generation Pokemon will be available. And it has been added that you need to battle in order to capture a Pokemon. So this indicates that you will be offered starter Pokemon when you first begin your Pokemon GO adventure. Niantic has also mentioned that Nintendo and The Pokemon Company want to ensure that the upcoming game does not stray from the original Pokemon franchise.
This leaves us with the fact that there will be starter Pokemon, and if they are to be accurate to the classic Pokemon series and games; then we expect to start with Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. Of course, it is also highly probable that Pikachu will be available as a starter Pokemon but you see, Pikachu is somewhat of a dilemma. In Pokemon Red, Blue, and Green; he was not available as a starter Pokemon. So whether we can start with him or catch him at a later time, is a mystery for now. But we would love to see Pikachu among the starters.
Now, we have an important question to ask you, who would be your starter Pokemon? And so that all of us, Pokemon fans, get to know more about each other, we will add a poll for you to choose from Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu. While we already have a favorite, we will silently vote for it because we don’t want to tell you here and be biased about it. Share this page with every Pokemon fan you know and let us turn this into a professional study on which Pokemon, from the ones mentioned, is most likely to be chosen as a starter. Stay tuned with our website for more Pokemon GO news and don’t forget to vote below.