Box art - New Pokemon Snap

Are there New Pokemon Snap PS5, PS4, Xbox, and PC release dates?

Fans have been waiting years for New Pokemon Snap, and now, its release is right around the corner. Many players are eager to relive their childhood memories, though have since moved on from Nintendo platforms. For anyone in that situation, are there New Pokemon Snap PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC release dates? Here’s the lowdown on the Pokemon Snap sequel extending its reach beyond just Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite.

Is New Pokemon Snap coming to PS5 and PS4?

New Pokemon Snap PS5 and PS4

New Pokemon Snap is launching May 30 for Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite. There are no known plans to launch a Pokemon Snap PlayStation port at the time of writing.

Unfortunately, there’s no New Pokemon Snap PS5 and PS4 release date. Within the console and PC marketplace, Pokemon games have always been Nintendo exclusives. There are no signs that this will change with New Pokemon Snap, even though the game is in development at third-party studio Bandai Namco.

Is New Pokemon Snap coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One?

New Pokemon Snap Xbox Series X S and One

The Pokemon Snap sequel is coming to Nintendo Switch consoles on May 30, 2021. There is no New Pokemon Snap Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One release date.

Although Pokemon Go and Pokemon Masters are available on mobile, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company historically don’t release games on competing console platforms.

Is New Pokemon Snap coming to PC?

New Pokemon Snap PC

New Pokemon Snap is a Nintendo Switch exclusive releasing May 30, 2021. There is no New Pokemon Snap PC release date to follow.

The original Pokemon Snap has a decent following on PC, largely thanks to Nintendo 64 emulation software. Despite this, players won’t be able to play the sequel on their personal computers.

On the plus side, PC gamers can check out First Class Trouble instead. It’s worth it!

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