When Will Pokemon Unite Release on Mobile Phones? Answered

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On July 21, 2021, Pokemon Unite was released for the Nintendo Switch. The game offers similar gameplay to Dota 2 and LOL and 5v5 team battles. 19 Pokémon are available on release, each of which is capable of using up to 3 of 15 items in battle. As the game progresses, Pokémon will grow and evolve. 

The game is free, distributed under the F2P model, and does not require a Nintendo Online subscription to play. But what about those Pokemon fans who do not have Nintendo Switch? When can they start playing this new MOBA game? Below in this article, we will tell you when Pokemon Unite will release on mobile phones (IOS and Android).

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When Can I Start Playing Pokemon Unite On Mobile Platforms?

If you want to play on mobile devices, then you have to wait a bit. On September 22, the game will reach iOS and Android mobile devices, and cross-play between these platforms will become available. The game will be released on these platforms on the same day. But it is not yet specified the exact day of the game release.

Yes, Pokemon fans will have to wait for it a little bit to start playing it. But the good news is that the game will get some more updates and even maybe some new Pokemons, so you will get the maximum out of the gaming experience.

This is everything you need to know about the Pokemon Unite release date on mobile platforms. While you are here, take a look at our guide on how you can get Pokemon Unite gems.

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