After a first arrival on console, the new opus of the license will then be entitled to a release in September on iOS and Android.
It’s official, the MOBA Pokémon Unite will be released in July on Nintendo Switch. Particularly awaited by male and female players, the title imagined by The Pokémon Company and TiMi Studio (to whom we already owe the phenomena Call of Duty Mobile or Saint Seiya Awakening) will be available from this summer on Big N’s hybrid console. Mobile gamers will have to wait until September to enjoy the title on iOS and Android. Note that free-to-play will also have the very good idea of supporting cross-play to ensure the synchronization of game data between several platforms.
In a new trailer unveiled yesterday on the official channel of The Pokémon Company, the most impatient were able to discover the game intro cutscene, as well as several never-before-seen gameplay sequences. Unsurprisingly, the MOBA will ask trainers around the world to compete in teams of 5 against 5, in arena battles that will require them to win as many points as possible. In addition to the battles, which will represent the heart of the game system, Pokémon Unite should also focus on customization (via skins for trainers and Pokémon), but also on team cohesion.
If the game was confirmed in July, France will on the other hand have to take its trouble patiently before entering the arena. At the time of its release warns an official press release, only the English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean versions will be available. French players (but also Italian, Spanish and German players) will therefore have to be content with the language of Shakespeare to enjoy MOBA this summer, or wait until “Later in the year” before the title is offered a French version.
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