The early game lineup for the Nintendo Switch will see titles from various Nintendo franchises and soon, it could include a new Pokémon title. Pokémon developer Game Freak, via IGN, has two new job postings that hint at a new console Pokémon title.

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In the first posting for a 3D CG designer, the listing mentions that the role will be for a game that is a long-running and popular monster-based series. In the second posting for a character modeler, candidates need to be able to create models with visual quality comparable to a PlayStation Vita or Wii U.

While neither listing outright states the new title will be a Pokémon game, Game Freak has previously said it would be interested in making a game for the Nintendo Switch. And at the moment, it is reportedly doing so. Via Eurogamer, Game Freak is working on a Switch game drawing from Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon codenamed Pokémon Stars. As Eurogamer notes, the game is expected to be similar to past semi-sequels in the Pokémon series, like how Pokémon Yellow was an expanded version of the original Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue.

The potential Pokémon Nintendo Switch game would be the first full Pokémon game on a Nintendo console, but it technically wouldn’t be the first Pokémon console title. The series has made regular moves on Nintendo consoles in the past, but they’ve largely been relegated to side titles and battle-focused spin offs that would pair with the Game Boy version of a Pokémon game.

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For the Switch, a new full-fledged Pokémon title — both job listings have an end date of May 2018, but there’s no indication that’s tied to a potential release date — would easily slot into Nintendo’s Switch game catalog plans, as the company’s release strategy for the Switch has been to stagger out its triple-A releases. Switch console sales were powered, in part, by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and other titles like Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Odyssey are slated to come out later this year.