On Monday, The Pokemon Company announced that its first priority move is to move the entire Pokemon universe to a unified Pokémon website, dubbed Pokemon Go.
This move will take place in 2019.
The company is also calling for the Pokémon Go team to include “all of the worlds Pokemon games” in the move, and “an end to the ‘fantasy mode’ that has long plagued many players.”
In 2018, the Pokémon Company released a video explaining the move and its implications.
The move will see the entire Pokémon universe merged into a single website, complete with a new logo, a new player profile, a simplified Pokédex, and the ability to interact with the Pokemon world on the app.
In 2019, Pokemon Go will also require a subscription to a Pokémon Go app, as the company has no plans to offer an online version.
In the video, the company says the move will only be possible with a subscription.
“We will work with our partners and partners of the game to bring you the most comprehensive experience for you and your friends in 2019,” the company said.
According to The Pokémon Company, the move to a single Pokémon website will also allow it to continue its development of the popular Pokémon GO mobile game.
It said the move is not limited to Pokemon GO.