Pokemon Unite is a brand new MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game coming to Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS. While the title was initially announced in June last year, it has now finally got a release timeline. Niantic has officially confirmed that the game will be made available for Nintendo Switch players in July, whereas the mobile players have to wait till September.
Soon after the Pokemon Unite announcement, an official trailer of the game surfaces on YouTube, followed by several in-game screenshots on Pokemon Unite’s official website.
Pokemon Unite Official Trailer and Gameplay
The trailer exhibits incredible gameplay, along with demonstrating some exceptional Pokemon abilities. In terms of gameplay, Unite is utterly different from Pokemon GO since both games are from a different genre.
However, the characters are almost the same. The Pokemon Unite features over 19 playable Pokemon that can be levelled up and evolved in order to boost their abilities.
First off, players have to choose one Pokémon ahead of the battle. During each battle, Pokémon will experience tremendous growth and even temporarily evolve. Once the match begins, players can select the moves their Pokémon can potentially learn and the items it will hold in battle.
Finally, trainers can support their Pokémon during a battle by using battle items. Also, a ten-minute timer has been highlighted in the trailer, which represents the match duration.
Pokémon Unite Android Gameplay (BETA)
As a beginner, Pokemon Unite starts with customizing the character appearance, including face, hairstyle, colour and outfit. Next, the players are headed over to the tutorial part to learn the basic aspects of the game. Finally, players are automatically queued up for matchmaking to play their first-ever game of Pokemon Unite.
Pokemon Unite In-game screenshots
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