Pokemon Unite opens pre-registration for Android and iOS devices; Start on September 22nd


The game Pokemon Unite Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) will be released on September 22nd for Android and iOS platforms. The game is currently available for pre-registration and users who pre-register for the game will receive additional bonus content if certain conditions are met. Pokemon Unite was released for Nintendo Switch on July 21st. Two more Pokemons will be added to the game soon. Pokemon Unite is the first game in the MOBA genre to be set in the Pokemon universe.

The pre-registration news for Pokemon Unite was announced through a blog post. The MOBA game will be released on September 22nd for Android and iOS devices. Users can pre-register for the game through the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

The developer also announced that attendees will get a Pikachu Unite license when Pokemon Unite receives 2,500,000 pre-registrations. If the game receives 5,000,000 pre-registrations, participants will receive a special holowear in the form of Festival Style: Pikachu. If the pre-registration thresholds are met, attendees will be able to claim the incentives by registering before 7:59 a.m. PDT on October 31st.

Pokemon Unite has also announced Mamoswine and Sylveon as new characters that will be available to players soon. The MOBA genre game currently has a total of 19 Pokemons on the roster.

Nintendo Switch players will receive a Zeraora Unite license as a special gift when they log into their account. If users log in to their mobile device with their Nintendo Switch account, they will be able to use the Zeraora Unite license when Pokemon Unite is released on the mobile platforms.

The MOBA genre game features 5v5 team fights in an arena. A typical match consists of catching a wild Pokémon, leveling and evolving the Pokémon, and defeating an opponent. Players win by collecting more points than their opponent in the allotted time.

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