The Pokemon United game previously released for Nintendo Switch, will now be available for iOS and Android users as of September 22, 2021. The presence of Pokemon Unite was reported directly by the publisher Pokemon Company on a live stream held August 18, 2021.
The game developer previously released this game with the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre for Nintendo Switch at the end of July 2021. But now, the developer has decided to expand the user base to devices with iOS and Android systems that are considered potential to market this game.
This game developed by Timi Studio Group has also opened pre-registration for iOS and Android users. On the company’s official website, it is informed, Gamers can pre-register for mobile games now on your respective devices (iOS, Android). There will be a notification when it is officially available and ready for download.
The publisher also announced that users who pre-register will get 1000 Aeos tickets which can be used to purchase in-game characters, along with a Pikachu Unite License that will be obtained if the game manages to have 1 million people who have pre-registered.
If the number of players who pre-register successfully reaches 5 million people, then players will get Festival Style: Pikachu Holloware which is one of the unique skins in this game.
Whether playing on mobile or Nintendo Switch, it will offer cross-platform play to expand who can play alongside or against. By linking accounts on the Switch and mobile versions of the game, players will be able to have cross-progress, which allows playing the game with data and characters stored on any device.
Clearly, users who have previously played this game on the Nintendo Switch have been able to play cross -platform games. So that users don’t have to be afraid of losing data in their games on the Nintendo Switch.
The recently launched Pokemon Unite aims to improve the existing game experience. The game not only adds cute monster characters to the game, but also some clever fixes to streamline it and make things more approachable. It’s like a mix of strategy and basketball, but with Gengar—one of the Pokemon species throwing it.