One of the things confirmed in this year's Nintendo E3 Direct was, straight from the mouth of Pokemon Company President Tsunekazu Ishihara, that a new main series Pokemon game was in development for the Nintendo Switch.
Unfortunately, despite rumours about a possible Pokemon Stars version of Sun/Moon coming to the Switch this year, this new game will be at least a year away. It's seeming pretty certain now that, although Pokemon Stars may well have been a thing once upon a time, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon have taken its place. It's very likely that when Pokemon debuts on the Switch at some point around 2018/2019, it will be an entirely new Generation.
There were plenty of other big reveals at Nintendo's E3, including news on Metroid, Zelda, Fire Emblem Warriors, and new Kirby and Yoshi games.
To catch up on everything that happened, read our roundup on GameCrash: http://gamecrash.co.uk/nintendo-e3-direct-roundup/ (Nintendo E3 Direct Roundup | GameCrash)
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