The Pokemon Company finally revealed the Pokemon Unite (Free) iOS and Android release date at the current Pokemon showcase. Pokemon Unite debuted on Nintendo Switch recently and was announced for “September 2021" on mobile platforms. If you’ve not kept up with the game, it was initially revealed as a project from The Pokemon Company and Tencent and it is a 5v5 free to start MOBA for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. Pokemon Unite has been developed by Tencent’s Timi Studio (Call of Duty Mobile). When it arrives next month on mobile, it will have cross platform play through Nintendo Account or Pokemon Trainer Club accounts on all platforms. Watch the new Pokemon Unite mobile release date trailer below:
Since its launch on Nintendo Switch, it has gotten a few updates with more to come as revealed in today’s stream including Mamoswine and Sylveon joining the game. Pre-registration rewards include a Pikachu Unite license, Festival Style: Pikachu, and more once targets are reached. You can claim these rewards by October 31st. Pokemon Unite launches on September 22nd for iOS and Android. As of now, it isn’t available to pre-order or pre-register worldwide but it should be rolling out soon if it actually is getting a global release. Until then, you can pre-order Pokemon Unite on the App Store for iOS here and pre-register for it on Google Play for Android here. Check out the official website here. Have you played Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch so far or were you waiting for the iOS and Android release?