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Pokemon Unite

Pokemon Unite, a strategic battle game, was announced for Switch and mobile earlier this year. A new batch of details and screenshots recently surfaced as part of the second wave of the internal test. Although it was meant to be private, some players have shared their experience online.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Nihilego_Khu:

Pokemon Unite, the recent free-to-start strategic Pokemon team battle game announced by The Pokemon Company, Tencent, and Timi Studios, has received a new batch of screenshots. The images were apparently leaked on Chinese social media.

The screenshots show a few new things. We’re able to get a look at more Pokemon in the game (including the confirmation of Gen 8 Pokemon) and a trainer customization system. It seems there are plans for limited season costumes that can be earned when you receive a ranking in the seasonal battle league.

Here’s the full set of screenshots:

Japanese outlet Dime was able to speak with Pokemon Unite producer Masaaki Hoshino, which was recently announced for Switch and mobile. Hoshino commented on partnering with Tencent, confirmed that there’s no word on launch timing, and more.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits, courtesy of ZhugeEX:

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, it’s a celebration of China with Pokemon Unite and Min Min in Smash. It’s a news-focused episode with game announcements, debuts, updates, and a controversy. Suda51’s pixelated face mimics Andross in the No More Heroes 3 gameplay teaser, but we’re not deterred. We’re also just as unsure as Suda if it’ll release this year. We also celebrate the consumer-positive Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered’s lite version. Have any other games done something this generous before?

Check out links and timestamps below, and come hang out.

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The Pokemon Company has issued an official announcement for the just-announced Pokemon Unite, the new strategic battle game. It will be available for Switch and mobile as previously mentioned.

Here’s the full press release:

During today’s Pokemon Presents presentation, team-based strategic battle game. Tencent and Timi Studios are working on the project.

Pokemon Unite will be released on Switch in addition to mobile. We have the first details below.