Pokemon Let’s Go Elite Four - How to Unlock the Elite Four in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

Pokemon Let’s Go Elite Four - How to Unlock the Elite Four in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

Here's where you can find the Elite Four in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

Your final challenge in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee is to take on the Elite Four. These are the four Pokemon Trainers at the peak of their game, and they've assembled some of the toughest creatures in the game. In our Pokemon Let's Go Elite Four guide we'll be walking you through everything there is to know about each leader, so you know what to expect when you face them down in battle.

Pokemon Let’s Go Elite Four

First of all, you can take a good look at the Elite Four Trainers just below. These four bosses represent the ‘endgame’ content of sorts in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, and you’re going to have one tough journey to get there.

To unlock the Elite Four and Indigo Plateau, you’re going to have to beat all eight Gym Leaders in Pokemon Let’s Go. This means journeying to every town in the game, and defeating every Gym Leader in battle, including Brock, Misty, Giovanni, Sabrina, Blaine, and more.

The Viridian City Gym Leader is the final boss battle you’ll face. After you’ve defeated the Gym Leader here, you’ll get instructions from Blue to proceed westward onto Route 22, where you can find the Elite Four waiting for you at the very end.

You’ll need to make your way past various guards, each of which will stop and check that you’ve got all the Gym Badges before allowing you to proceed. At the very end of this road, you’ll finally be able to face off against the Elite Four, one after the next.

For now, this is where our guide for the Elite Four Trainers in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee concludes. But if you want to take on any of the members yourself, then you can refer to our individual guides on each member just below.

Now that we’re all done with this Pokemon Let’s Go guide on the Elite Four, you can check out our additional guides on the game. Head over to our Pokemon Let’s Go Zapdos guide, or our Pokemon Let’s Go Articuno guide for info on how to catch both legendary Pokemon.

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