The wait is over, Pokémon Unite is now officially available for mobile devices worldwide. You can now download it for iPhone, iPad, and Android mobiles and tablets from Google Play and the App Store.
‘Pokémon Unite’ is a new MOBA game in the franchise, being something like a League of Legends for Pokémon. The game has been on Nintendo Switch for a while now and debuted its beta on mobile a few months ago is now officially coming to mobile.
You can now download ‘Pokémon Unite’ on your cell phone
Go free up some space on your phone if you need to: you can now download Pokémon Unite on Android and iOS, which will require you to have just over 500MB of storage available. The game is available for download now, although the servers won’t be accessible for a few minutes.
The objective in ‘Pokémon Unite’ is similar to that of Riot Games’ League of Legends, where you must beat your opponents by utilizing the tried-and-true top lane, bottom lane, and jungle approach. The goal is to collect points by defeating the Pokémon who appear on the map.
It should be noted that the mobile version supports cross-play with Nintendo Switch, after linking accounts. Following the release, additional features have been added to the game, including events and new power-ups, a second battle pass, new spectator mode additions, and language support.
Pokémon Unite is a social app that allows players to connect with each other and interact with Pokémon by making the franchise’s iconic monsters come to life. On Android, the game requires Android 4.4 or higher and a 638MB download, while on iOS it requires an iPhone or iPad with iOS 10 or higher and is free of charge.