Want to enjoy the upcoming action role-playing game, Pokemon Legends Arceus on your TV? Then this article is for you as we will be sharing all the details you need to know to play Pokemon Legends Arceus on TV. Here’s everything you need to know.
Developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company, Pokemon Legends Arceus is the new action RPG set to release on 22nd Jan 2022. The game is set in the world of Hisui in a timeline when humans and pokemon did not live together. The main objective of the player is to catch these pokemon scattered all over the map and also discover their origin. You will also get to discover the mystery of the Mythical Pokemon: Arceus.
From the trailer, it is absolutely certain that the game will be a treat to the eyes featuring beautiful visuals. However, visuals are best enjoyed on a big screen right? So, are you planning to enjoy this game on your TV? Well, we have the perfect guide to help you play this game on your TV. Continue reading for more details.
Did you know that you can play Pokemon Unite on TV as well? To know more about it, make sure to visit our detailed article about the same here.
Pokemon Legends Arceus on TV
Well, as of now, it is confirmed that Pokemon Legends Arceus will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch. But, you might want to enjoy the experience of the game on a bigger screen. So, follow these steps mentioned below to be able to play the game on your TV.
For those who didn’t know, Nintendo offers a bunch of different modes for players to enjoy their games. One such is the TV mode which allows players to play the games on their TV. Here’s how to do it.
- First, connect the Nintendo Switch to your Smart TV using the HDMI cable.
- Now, you will need to detach the Joy-Con controllers from the console.
- Put the Nintendo Switch in the charging dock and you’re good to go.
Now, you are all set to enjoy the upcoming action RPG on your TV without doing any further adjustments. For more guides and information on new games, make sure to stay tuned with us on AndroidGram.