Pokemon trainer card is coming to Nintendo’s new Nintendo Switch console, according to a new report.
Nintendo is making the move to bring the card to the system after years of rumors and a number of retailers refusing to carry it.
The company’s new Switch console is scheduled to go on sale in September, and will be available in North America and Europe.
The card, called the Pokemon Trainer Card, will be an online feature.
The card is the first to feature a virtual Pokémon Trainer, and features Pokémon icons and text in the form of a Pokemon Trainer card.
The Nintendo Switch card features text that says “Poke-em up in real life.”
In a blog post, Nintendo’s marketing director for digital content, Chris Trew, said the card will be free to download on Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has been pushing for the Pokemon trainer cards to be available for purchase on the system.
It will be the first time the card has been available for download on a Nintendo Switch, Trew said.