Pok\u00e9mon Diamond and Pearl Remakes for the Nintendo Switch may be on the horizon if a recent report from a reliable Pok\u00e9mon source is to believe.\u00a0\u00a0Centro Pok\u00e9mon, a Spanish Pok\u00e9mon news website \u2014 with a history of sharing accurate leaks, has reported that Pok\u00e9mon Diamond and Pearl remakes are looking to be released later this year.<\/p>\u00a0 https:\/\/twitter.com\/CentroLeaks\/status\/1349811012044775427 The rumor comes when years of speculation into the desired remakes have been brewing amongst devoted Pok\u00e9mon fans. Further speculation from Centro Pok\u00e9mon states that in addition to the remakes being Nintendo Switch exclusive based, gameplay will look to capture the original games' classic feel, as opposed to the Pok\u00e9mon Let's Go Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! redesigns of Pok\u00e9mon Red and Blue. Centro Pok\u00e9mon also shared the details about a subdomain on the official Pok\u00e9mon website under the Diamon and Pearl name, currently available with a 403 error message, meaning there's content on the webpage, but access to it is forbidden. https:\/\/twitter.com\/CentroPokemon\/status\/1349827555801653259 According to the details shared by Pok\u00e9Xperto website, The Pok\u00e9mon Company registered the Diamond and Pearl subdomain on January 12, and it has been deactivated in light of its discovery. https:\/\/twitter.com\/CentroLeaks\/status\/1349887603278020608 Pok\u00e9mon Diamond and Pearl were initially released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS, and were exceptionally well received. These games' notable qualities include additional evolutions of pre-existing Pok\u00e9mon, online compatibility, and the addition of two iconic legendary Pok\u00e9mon: Dialga and Palkia. Keep in mind that, while\u00a0Centro Pokemon\u00a0has a good standing reputation \u2014 in particular, predicting accurate Pok\u00e9mon-related news leaks, this new report hasn't been confirmed by The Pok\u00e9mon Company or Nintendo, so take it with a grain of salt, and wait for the official announcement. Nevertheless, February 2021 will be the 25th anniversary of the original Pok\u00e9mon Game Boy titles' launch. Also, this month aligns with National Pok\u00e9mon Day (February 27, 2021). One could argue that next month is shaping up to be an excellent time for an official announcement from the Pok\u00e9mon Company regarding these alleged rumors.