Pokemon Unite is a brand new MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) game, which will be launched on Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS soon. This will be the first game of its kind in the Pokemon world. Pokemon Unite was first announced in June last year and has now finally received a release schedule. The game will land on Nintendo Switch next month and Android and iOS in September. The game’s official YouTube channel also shared a short trailer showing a glimpse of the gameplay.
Pokemon Unite will bring a 5-on-5 team battle in the arena, which is a setting that MOBA players will be familiar with. A typical game will include capturing wild Pokemon, upgrading and evolving your Pokemon, and defeating opponents who are trying to do the same. You must also get more points than the opposing team within the stipulated time to ensure victory. The trailer shows the lane and jungle gameplay, as well as some unique Pokemon abilities.
As of now, it has a roster of 19 Pokemon, and developers are likely to add more in the future. There will be more than 15 kinds of possessions that can improve the statistics of Pokemon. Players or trainers can also use various combat items to support their Pokemon. Defeating wild Pokemon will get Aeos energy that must be collected and deposited in the opponent’s target area. The team with the most points wins.
The game was developed by Pokemon Company and TiMi Studios of Tencent Games. It will be released on Nintendo Switch next month, but there is no exact release date. Android and iOS users will experience it from September. Pokemon Unite will support cross-platform games between Switch and mobile devices. It will add support for French, German, Italian and Spanish later this year.
In addition, a report from The Verge stated that Pokemon Unite will also support cross-progress, which means players can use their Pokemon Trainer Club account or Nintendo account on multiple devices and retain their progress on any device.
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