The official Twitter account for Pokemon has announced that the free-to-play MOBA title Pokemon Unite will be launching on mobile platforms tomorrow i.e. September 22. Interested fans can check out the Tweet below to get links for pre-registering for the game on the App Store as well as the Play Store.
Pokemon Unite is already available on Nintendo Switch, and cross-play will be supported across both platforms. In addition to this, a new balance patch for the game will also be dropping – which will of course, tweak a plethora of stats to make the game well, balanced. As reported by Serebii, this update will also be focusing on ironing out bugs before the game hits on a new platform.
Pokemon Unite has been a smash hit, and with the mobile release, the fanbase is sure to grow exponentially. Pokemon as a brand has been growing strong with more entries in the franchise, and fans have Pokemon Legends: Arceus to look forward to when it releases next year, along with Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl in November..
With cross-platform play between Nintendo Switch and smartphones, players on both platforms can battle together and against one another!
Download Now on Nintendo Switch: https://t.co/XykN1NsNbV
— Pokémon UK (@PokemonNewsUK) September 21, 2021