Potential leaked information on the Nintendo Switch installments of Pokémon seems to be coming hard and fast, as it now appears that domain names for both “pokemonletsgopikachu.com” and “pokemonletsgoeevee.com” have been registered online.
Les noms de domaine des sites https://t.co/wbqMXQp73Q et https://t.co/9xGY011p3R ont été enregistrés et sont protégés par la CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. (organisme qui protège les noms de domaine ou peut saisir les domaines enregistrés par des tiers) pic.twitter.com/LP2azJ0Rvj
— Pokekalos (@Pokekalos) May 16, 2018
Not long after yesterday’s big rumors surrounding the possible existence of Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go! Eevee editions caught fire, domain names for both titles were apparently registered through credible means. CSC Corporate Domains is listed as the registrar, which just so happens to be the same partner listed for the long-established “Pokemon.com”.
While registered domains should often be taken with a grain of salt — because anyone could simple be attempting to squat on a potential name — there is strong evidence pointing towards this being Nintendo themselves who did the registering. Sleuths over at Resetera have pointed out that the domain information points towards Nintendo, and is done in the same fashion as when the names of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon versions were initially discovered through this method.
Serebii Note: Domains for Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu & Pokemon Lets Go Eevee registered by the same company Nintendo used to register the official Pokémon Sun & Moon website domain https://t.co/gDbXkHSvkT
— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) May 16, 2018
In response to these happenings, Serebii.net — who many view as the leading news source for Pokémon information — has not shied away from reporting these rumors, lending even a bit more credibility to their likelihood of being real.