Nintendo announced that the free-to-play spinoff, Pokémon Unite, will be available for Android and iOS devices on September 22, approximately two months after the Nintendo Switch release. In addition, Mamoswine and Sylveon will join the Pokémon featured in future updates.
During the Pokémon Presents event, it was announced that players could already pre-register on the App Store and Google Play to play Pokémon Unite. Nintendo also revealed that if pre-registration reaches a certain number of attendees, those who sign up will receive in-game bonus items, such as 1,000 Aeos tickets and a festival-style skin for Pikachu.
Pokémon Unite is a game in which two teams of five players face off to control multiple locations scattered across a map. The game is developed by TiMi Studios, a Tencent subsidiary known for developing Call of Duty: Mobile. Below is the Twitter post with the release date:
As you know, 2021 is an important year for Pokémon as the franchise celebrates its 25th anniversary. Along with the release of Pokémon Unite, several other Pokémon titles debuted this year, such as New Pokémon Snap, launched earlier this year, as well as fourth-generation remakes of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, which will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch. on November 19.
While many Pokémon titles will be released this year, another highly anticipated installment of the Pokémon Legends series: Arceus, will be released on Nintendo Switch on January 28, 2022.