Looks like "Pokémon Go" will be launching sooner than later, Nintendo revealed. The announcement came during the company's E3 Treehouse Live event Tuesday June 14.

At the event, Shigeru Miyamoto was there to show off the new "Pokémon Go" Plus device, which is a wearable accessory with a Bluetooth link that allows players to discover different Pokémon in their area without constantly monitoring their smartphones. Miyamoto announced that Nintendo hopes to have "Pokémon Go" Plus ready by July and that the Bluetooth device will be priced at $35.

Then later in the live stream, it was acknowledged that the mobile game would need to be ready before the actual Bluetooth device, which puts the official release date sometime in July.

"Pokémon Go" essentially brings Pokémon to the real world using your smartphone as the catalyst. The app is a free-to-play, augmented-reality game developed by Niantic for iOS and Android devices. The game will allow players to capture, battle, train and trade virtual Pokémon who appear throughout the real world.

As for trading, when asked whether the feature would be available at launch, the company said that although they are developing that feature, it would not be available until after launch, reports Polygon. The company revealed it is more invested in making sure the core experience for each player is fantastic.

Furthermore, Nintendo also addressed whether the mobile game would connect to the rest of the Pokémon universe and said that eventually there will be a connection. The company said that the mobile game will eventually find a way to link with the upcoming 3DS games from Game Freak, "Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon."

As IGN reported, the focus on "Pokémon Red" and "Pokémon Blue" is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise and those Pokémon from those games will be available to catch when the mobile game launches. 

Check out Nintendo's full E3 press event below.