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‘Pokemon Unite’ Releases Next Month on Nintendo Switch and September on iOS and Android for Free with Cross Platform Play

Following the initial announcement from The Pokemon Company and Tencent, the 5v5 free to start MOBA for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch, Pokemon Unite has slowly seen more information and gameplay showcased alongside a regional beta test for Android. Pokemon Unite isn’t a traditional MOBA but it brings in various mechanics from Pokemon games to a MOBA gameplay style. Pokemon Unite is being developed by Tencent’s Timi Studio (Call of Duty Mobile). Today, The Pokemon Company finally announced release month details for Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. The game will have cross platform play through Nintendo Account or Pokemon Trainer Club accounts. Watch the new Pokemon Unite trailer below:

Pokemon Unite will release on Nintendo Switch next month and it will come to iOS and Android in September. Following the launch, French, Italian, German, and Spanish support will be added later in the year. Pokemon Unite is currently in development for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. Check out the official website here. I’m very excited to check it out on Nintendo Switch first but would ideally play this on iPad for a better portable screen. What do you think of Pokemon Unite so far and are you going to try it on Nintendo Switch next month or wait for mobile in September?