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‘Pokémon Unite’ Android, iOS versions to launch next month, pre-registration is live now
“Pokémon Unite” will be available on more platforms soon. Developer TiMi Studio Group announced that the game’s versions for Android and iOS will go live next month.
The announcement of “Pokémon Unite’s” mobile launch comes just a few weeks after the game launched on Nintendo Switch last July. The free-to-play 5v5 multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title will be playable on Android and iOS devices starting Sept. 22, but mobile gamers can now pre-register through the Play Store and App Store.
The official minimum requirements on both platforms are still unknown, but the “Pokémon Unite” page on the App Store says the game will require around 1.5GB of free storage space. The digital storefront also indicates that the game will be compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that is running on at least iOS 10.0.
TiMi Studio Group also announced an incentive for mobile gamers who will pre-register to get “Pokémon Unite.” The distribution of the rewards is quite different, though.
“If pre-registration totals reach 2,500,000, participants will receive a Pikachu Unite license,” the developer said. “And if pre-registration numbers hit 5,000,000, participants will get a special Holowear—Festival Style: Pikachu!” Once these requirements are achieved, fans who have pre-registered can redeem the Pikachu Unite license and Holowear rewards once they log on to “Pokémon Unite'' on Android and iOS until Oct. 31, at 7:59 a.m. PT.
Mamoswine and Sylveon are the latest Pokémon announced to be coming to the game. And the developer has also confirmed they will be available on the “Pokémon Unite” mobile versions.
Meanwhile, the announcement also confirmed that “Pokémon Unite” accounts used on Nintendo Switch can be used to access the game on Android and iOS.
New players joining the MOBA now through the Switch console will be rewarded with the Zeraora Unite license. And TiMi Studio Group confirmed that this special gift can be carried over to the Android or iOS version of the game, as long as they link the game on both systems using the same account. It is unclear, though, if this means “Pokémon Unite” supports full cross-platform progression between the Switch and mobile versions.